Medical examiner: Suspect fatally shot Georgia teens before posing their bodies

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ROSWELL, Ga. – He killed them and then posed their bodies.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner released the autopsies of two teenagers found shot to death behind a grocery store in Roswell, Ga., on Aug. 1.

Natalie Henderson, 17, was found nude in a “sexually suggestive position,” the report said. She’d been shot in the head at close range and had a feather in her hair.

Carter Davis, 17, was found wearing shorts and had been shot in the head from farther away. His arms were outstretched in a “cross-like” position, the report said.

Jeffrey Hazelwood, 20, is accused of killing the teens. According to WGCL, police haven’t discussed a motive behind the killings or clarified if the victims knew their suspected killer.

Hazelwood, who exhibited bizarre behavior during a court appearance earlier this month, is charged with two counts of murder, two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of theft by taking, possession of a firearm during a felony and ID fraud.

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