Five men have been charged in the kidnapping and slaying of two Michigan women, a prosecutor said Saturday.
The women, Abreeya Brown, 18, and Ashley Conaway, 22, were abducted Feb. 28 and their bodies were discovered March 25 in a wooded area in Detroit. They had each been bound and shot in the head, the Associated Press said.
The five men - Brandon Cain, 26, Miguel Rodriguez, 24, Reginald Brown, 24, Jeremy Brown, 19, and Brian Lee, 25,-- are each charged with two counts of premeditated first degree murder, two counts of felony murder, two counts of torture and two counts of unlawful imprisonment, CBS Detroit said.
Cain and Lee were previously charged with attempted murder for shooting at the two women in an incident prior to the kidnapping. They are expected to appear in court again for those charges, CBS Detroit said.
Witnesses have said Cain had been romantically pursuing Conaway, the Associated Press said.
If convicted as charged, the five men face life in prison without the possibility of parole.