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Man Arrested After 2 Georgia Teens Fatally Shot in the Head

Police say video and other evidence led them to 20-year-old Jeffrey A. Hazelwood

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    In this booking photo provided by Roswell police, Jeffery A. Hazelwood, 20, is seen after his arrest in the murders of Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis in the early morning hours of August 1, 2016, in Roswell, Georgia.

    Georgia police arrested a man Wednesday in connection with the killings of two teens found behind a grocery store, NBC News reported. 

    Jeffrey A. Hazelwood, 20, was arrested and will be charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of Natalie Henderson and Cater Davis, both 17, according to Roswell police. Both teens were shot in the head. 

    Roswell Police Chief Rusty Grant would not disclose a motive in the killings, and would not say what relationship, if any, Hazelwood had with the victims. He said in a statement that video and other evidence led police to Hazelwood. 

    A delivery driver found Henderson and Davis behind a Publix grocery store shortly before 6 a.m. Monday.

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