Twins charged with murder in case of body found in concrete
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Authorities have declared the death of a man whose body was found entombed in concrete in the back yard of a northeast Georgia home a homicide.
WINDER, Ga. -
Authorities have charged two men with murder in the death of a man whose body was found entombed in concrete in the back yard of a northeast Georgia home a homicide.
Winder police Officer Chris Cooper says medical examiners ruled the death a homicide due to the number and location of the man's injuries. The autopsy revealed that the man died of blunt force trauma to the head about a month ago.
Cooper said authorities still haven't definitively identified the body. But police in Winder and in Pensacola, Fla., have said they believe the remains belong to Sean Dugas of Pensacola, who had been reported missing.
Georgia authorities have arrested 31-year-old twins Christopher and William Cormier. In addition to the murder charges, the men also face charges of concealing a death. It wasn't known whether they have attorneys.
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