A mother-of-two, who was reported missing three days ago in Michigan, was found shot to death and buried with the corpse of another woman, police confirmed Friday.
Thirty-year-old Amy Henslee was last seen Monday morning willing leaving her home with Ultimate Fighter Junior Lee Beebe.
After she failed to return home Monday evening, Henslee, who was married to Beebe’s cousin, was reported missing by her husband, James Henslee.
Henslee, along with Beebe’s girlfriend, Tonya Hawarth, were found by police dogs buried in a grave on Beebe’s property.
Thirty-four year old Beebe has been charged with two counts of open murder and two counts of possession of a firearm.
Police said the two women died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Reports say Beebe was arrested at least seven times between 1995 and 2005 for drug possession, larceny and driving while impaired.
Beebe, who also goes by the name JB, participated in ultimate fighting competitions. He was also a member of the Southwest Michigan Ultimate Combat Fighting, a group of amateur mixed martial arts fighters.