PAW PAW, Mich. – Authorities say the bodies of two women who were apparently shot to death, including a mother missing since earlier this week, have been found buried in Michigan.
The Van Buren County prosecutors told reporters Friday that the bodies of 30-year-old Amy Henslee and 36-year-old Tonya Howarth were found in Bangor Township, about 60 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.
Kaps says a suspect, Junior Lee Beebe, has been arrested on two counts of open murder and two counts of possession of a firearm during a felony. He was expected to appear in court later Friday to be arraigned.
Kaps says Beebe is a cousin of Henslee's husband.
Henslee was last seen at her home Monday morning when her husband left for work.
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