Two group have been arrested in a deaths of a 49-year-old lady and her 13-year-old granddaughter, who was allegedly beheaded after saying her grandmother get fatally stabbed.
According to a Associated Press, Yoni Aguilar (above, left) and Israel Palomino (above, right) were both charged with dual depends of collateral murder for a purported killings of Oralia Mendoza and her granddaughter Mariah Lopez.
Aguilar reportedly antiquated Mendoza and lived with her and Lopez. Palomino was reportedly Mendoza’s ex-boyfriend.
Allegedly, Mendoza and Lopez were picked adult in a automobile by their killers on Jun 4. Mendoza was allegedly killed during a tomb in Owens Cross Roads following a brawl over a drug transaction in that she was allegedly involved.
Authorities have related Mendoza to a Sinaloa Cartel, that traffics narcotics, according to AL.com.
After Mendoza was allegedly fatally stabbed in front of Lopez, Lopez was afterwards allegedly driven dual miles divided where she was beheaded, according to WAAY.
Aguilar allegedly told investigators Palomino forced him to kill a teen.
Their bodies were reportedly found days later.
According to AL.com, Lopez had special needs.
Neither suspects have entered pleas, and they are being hold but bail.
[Image around Madison County Sheriff’s Office.]