Crime Officials: Teen killed grandparents with her boyfriend

21:05  13 april  2017
21:05  13 april  2017 Source:   CBS News

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– A granddaughter and her boyfriend are in custody after allegedly killing her grandparents and then trying to kill themselves with a knife. Bjorge had gone missing ‘multiple times’ prior to her grandparents ’ murder the police official said.

Johnny Hiro Rider, 19; Cassandra Bjorge, 17: Johnny Rider, 19, and Cassandra Bjore, 17, have been charged with murder. © Gwinnett County Police via WGCL Johnny Rider, 19, and Cassandra Bjore, 17, have been charged with murder.

GWINNETT COUNTY, GA. - Two teens accused of beating and stabbing one’s grandparents to death have both been charged with two counts of murder, reports CBS affiliate WGCL.

The station reports that the bodies of Randall and Wendy Bjorge, both 63, were found on April 8. The medical examiner reportedly says the cause of death was homicide and both victims died as a result of an incision to the throat. Both victims also suffered blunt force trauma. One was found in an upstairs bedroom while the other was found in a hallway. 

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– A granddaughter and her boyfriend are in custody after allegedly killing her grandparents and then trying to kill themselves with a knife. Bjorge had gone missing ‘multiple times’ prior to her grandparents ’ murder the police official said.

Cassandra Bjoge, 17, along with her 19-year-old boyfriend , is accused of killing her grandparents . Originally published as Teens suspected in grandparent murders.

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The examiner also reportedly believes the couple had been dead for about a week when officers found their bodies. 

The couple’s 17-year-old granddaughter, Cassandra Bjorge, and her boyfriend, 19-year-old Johnny Hiro Rider, have been charged in their deaths. 

WGCL reports that concerned family members asked police to check on the couple; however, their bodies weren’t discovered until police found their car at the scene of an attack that was also allegedly perpetrated by Rider and Bjorge on Rider’s sister and her boyfriend.

The station reports that according to a warrant, both Cassandra Bjorge and Johnny Rider used a baseball bat to severely injure Rider’s sister and his sister’s boyfriend.  Evidence at the scene led police to believe the pair also killed Bjorge’s grandparents. 

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Officers obtained a warrant for Rider and Bjorge for the April 8 attack and police eventually caught up with the suspects at an apartment complex in Suwanee. After a brief SWAT standoff, they were taken into custody.  The pair received self-inflicted injuries prior to their arrest, possibly from a knife.

People who knew the teens say they most recently attended Peachtree Ridge High School, but Bjorge withdrew from school last year. A family friend told WGCL that Cassandra had a difficult childhood and was living with her grandparents.

“Obviously if her grandparents had custody and were raising her, there’s some underlying stories there,” said the woman. “Wendy and Randall were just amazing people. They just wanted to love her. I know that some people may think Cassie’s a monster but, she’s been in my house and she’s played with my daughters.”

Both Rider and Bjorge have been charged with murder and aggravated assault. 

Report: Teens accused of killing grandparents lived with bodies .
Cassandra Bjorge and her boyfriend allegedly smoked pot and had friends over while her grandparents' bodies laid upstairsGWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Investigators say a teenager and her boyfriend killed her grandparents and lived with their bodies for days, reports WSB-TV.

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