FULTON COUNTY, GA – Mugshots of Jeffery Andrew Hazelwood, 20 have been released by the Roswell police department. Hazelwood has been charged in the murders of two high school students found dead behind a Publix grocery store in Roswell Monday. Cops allege that he killed Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis.
They officially charged him with murder, aggravated assault, theft by taking and financial transaction card fraud. Police said he used Henderson’s debit card at an area gas station after the alleged killings.
He was arrested Wednesday and placed in the Roswell detention center and later transferred to the Fulton County jail.
A delivery driver discovered the bodies of Henderson and Davis, both 17, just before 6 a.m. Monday. Police said their bodies were on the ground by two vehicles.