ATALANTA, GA -The man accused of killing two teenagers in Roswell could learn in court Friday what type of evidence prosecutors have connecting him to the Roswell murders of two teenagers found behind a Publix supermarket.
Jeffrey Hazelwood, 20, is scheduled to appear in court at 9:30 a.m. for a preliminary hearing. It’s a probable cause hearing. The proceeding is aimed at determining whether there’s enough evidence to send the case to trial.
Earlier this month, a delivery truck driver discovered the bodies of Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis, both 17, behind the Publix on Woodstock Road in Roswell. Autopsy reports were released Thursday. It disclosed that Natalie had been shot in the head at close range, and Carter had been shot in the head at medium range.
The autopsy reports also indicate that the bodies were posed after the murders. Natalie’s body was found nude with her legs spread wide apart. Carter was wearing only shorts. His body was found nearby with his arms stretched out in a cross-like position.