DETROIT (AP) — Two men face charges after the dismembered and burned body of a 20-year-old woman was found in a stolen van on Detroit's west side.
Police say the men, ages 50 and 22, were arrested Tuesday and expected to be arraigned Wednesday. A third suspect is being sought. No charges have been announced.
Rhonda Davis' remains were found April 3. She had been shot. The van had been set afire and left in a field.
Rashon Cooper-Black told reporters at a Wednesday news conference that one of the men arrested in the case was in a relationship with her daughter.
Cooper-Black earlier told WXYZ-TV that "just the thought of the way they gruesomely murdered her, I can't stomach them being out there."