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Autopsy Confirms Two Teens Died Of Gunshot Wounds

| by Jordan Smith
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An autopsy has revealed two Georgia teenagers found dead behind a Publix store earlier in August were both shot in the head.

Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis, both 17, were found dead at the scene in Roswell.

The Fulton County medical examiner stated that Henderson was found naked, while Davis was only wearing his shorts. Davis was lying on his back and his hands were posed by his sides.

The report said of Henderson, “She was nude, and had been possibly posed in a sexually explicit fashion,” according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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The report added that Henderson was shot from close range in the front of her head, while Davis was shot in the side of his head from further away.

The two teens allegedly drove to the location of the shooting at 2 a.m. on Aug. 1.

“I was told the parents of both the male and female victims had tracked their whereabouts by querying the position devices on their cellphones,” police investigator Mary Beth Hauptle added.

Jeffrey Hazelwood, 20, has been accused of the double murder. He made an appearance in court earlier in August, during which his hands were shaking and he stared at the ceiling. He also reportedly made strange motions as if he was petting an animal.

Hazelwood’s attorney refused to comment on his client's behavior in court.

“We just got some of the warrants and affidavits and we need to get more reports,” Lawrence Zimmerman told WGCL.

Charges against Hazelwood include two counts of murder, two counts of aggravated assault, theft by taking, possession of a firearm while committing a felony and ID fraud.

A key piece of evidence in the case is a video recording showing Hazelwood using Henderson’s debit card after her murder.

“DNA will play a very large role in proving that he did that as well as any statements he may or may not have made and just the video we got at both crime scenes will play a role in that,” Roswell Police Chief Rusty Grant told WGCL.

Sources: Atlanta Journal Constitution, WGCL / Photo credit: Daily Mail

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