A 34-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting deaths of a mother of two and another woman after authorities found their bodies buried in southwest Michigan.
Junior Lee Beebe of Bangor was arraigned Friday by video at the
District Court in Paw Paw on two counts of open murder and two
counts of possession of a firearm during a felony. He was ordered
held without bond pending hearings next month.
The bodies of 30-year-old mom, Amy Henslee, and 36-year-old
Tonya Howarth, were found buried in a wooded area in Bangor
Township after a tracker dog discovered traces of blood Thursday
afternoon. Henslee was last seen by her husband as he left their
Hartford Township home for work Monday morning.
The court will appoint a lawyer for Beebe.
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