Man charged with murder in deaths of teens left behind supermarket

Police arrested a 20-year-old man Wednesday for the murders of two teens in Roswell, Georgia.

Jeffrey A. Hazelwood has been charged with two counts of murder for the deaths of Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis behind a Publix supermarket Monday morning.

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Police say they believe Hazelwood acted alone and they are not releasing any information about a possible motive at this time.

They say surveillance video and evidence at the scene led them to Hazelwood. He was taken into custody and questioned Wednesday morning. He was then arrested, charged and booked into the Roswell Detention Center. He will be transferred from there to the Fulton County jail.

According to the Fulton County Medical Examiner's office, Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis, both 17, died from a gunshot wound to the head and the manner of death in both cases was homicide.

Detectives say from the evidence they have at this time, they believe the teens were killed in the parking lot where their bodies were found.

Officers say Henderson and Davis were found lying beside their cars.

Police say the teens arrived at the shopping center between 2 and 4 a.m. Their parents told officers they thought the teens were still at home in bed.

Henderson was a student at Roswell High School and Davis was a student at River Ridge High School.

Police executed a search warrant in a Roswell neighborhood Wednesday morning,

Roswell police say they searched the home after receiving information about the case.

Investigators were at the house for more than three hours looking for evidence. Officers were seen walking out of the homes with bags, but did not say what they found inside the home.

"This is a very middle upper class neighborhood. So this is very alarming actually. Even to hear the news but to have this right around in our neighborhood is very surprising,” said neighbor Charlene Kurkjian.

BREAKING: Police have charged Jeffrey Hazelwood, 20, with murder for the deaths of Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis,...

Posted by WSB-TV on Wednesday, August 3, 2016