Two Bodies Found in Bullet-Riddled SUV, No Reported Leads


WEST VALLEY, ARIZONA — An investigation is underway after the bodies of two individuals were discovered in a bullet-riddled SUV in Maricopa County, Arizona, according to reports.

On Thanksgiving weekend, Maricopa County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to assess a “suspicious vehicle on the side of the road,” per Yahoo! News.

Dispatchers were apparently told that there was a white Ford Expedition on the shoulder of the road and that it appeared to have bullet holes in it.

The individual also told dispatchers that there were two people inside who were not responsive, according to Yahoo!.

Responders arrived to find Jorge Guadalupe Rodriguez-Leyva, 54, and Violeta Amado-Correa, 48, in the vehicle. Both were dead.

Yahoo! reported that law enforcement had not disclosed their cause of death, but KTAR News reported that the Major Crimes Division Homicide Unit was investigating the case.

It’s probably not unfair to guess that these two individuals were shot, although further research hasn’t produced any updates on this investigation at the time of this report.

There are reportedly no suspects yet.

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