Two Cody Teens Accused of Murder
by K2 News Desk, firstname.lastname@example.org
The two suspects arrested in a triple homicide in the small community of Clark, Wyoming will be formally charged on Tuesday.
Park County Sheriff Scott Steward says the killings were reported in Northern Park County at about 11 a.m Saturday, and the sheriff describes them as cold blooded murders.
The suspects are identified as 18-year-old Tanner Vanpelt and 19-year-old Stephen Hammer, both from cody.
Park County sheriff's deputies first discovered two bodies in the home, and later found a third in the basement. The victims were 40-year-old Ildiko Freitas and her parents, 69-year-old Janos Volgyessi and 70-year-old wife Hildegard Volgyessi. All three were from Clark.
Witnesses saw the two suspects enter the home Saturday morning and then saw two cars leave a short time later. Troopers from Wyoming Highway Patrol located the vehicles several miles form the scene and arrested the suspects.
Both Vanpelt and Hammer are being held at the Park County detention center. Authorities have yet to release any information about a possible motive for the murders.