As the bodies of Wendy and Randall Bjorge decomposed in an upstairs bedroom of their Georgia home, the two teens accused of killing them were downstairs merrymaking with friends.
Cassandra Bjorge, 16, and her 19-year-old boyfriend Johnny Rider stayed in the Lawrenceville home for days after brutally murdering Bjorge’s 63-year-old grandparents.
According to WSB-TV, investigators suggested in justice that the teens smoked pot and invited friends over for a party as the bodies decayed. The friends had no thought of the horror dark upstairs.
To keep the smell from seeping out, investigators pronounced Bjorge and Rider caulked two doors as good as the front doorway of the home.
Police pronounced Bjorge has confessed to the grizzly crime but her boyfriend hasn’t pronounced a word.
“She certified after the murder she was texting family members since they were worried about (the grandparents), and she was sanctimonious to be Wendy,” investigator Dave Brucz testified in court.
Gwinnett County Police detected the bodies of Wendy and Randall on Apr 8 after responding to an attack call at the home. According to AJC.com, Rider and Bjorge pounded Rider’s sister and her boyfriend with a ball bat. The sister was means to shun and called police.
When authorities arrived to the home, they detected the bodies of the grandparents. Bjorge and Rider had fled the stage but were after apprehended.
Police pronounced the couple used a tire iron, produce and ball bat to kick Wendy and Randall. They then used grocer knives to cut the aged couple’s throats.
“Johnny began to attack the grandmother,” Brucz pronounced in court. “Bjorge then pronounced she had a swell of energy. She then dragged her grandmother into her grandfather’s bedroom. She was channel taped.”
Authorities pronounced Bjorge and Rider motionless to murder the grandparents since they “basically had enough” of them.
The teens also designed to murder Bjorge’s mom Amanda Sterling and several members of Rider’s family.