A Gwinnett County court recently sentenced Cassandra Bjorge and Johnny Hiro Rider to life in prison. The teen maniacs were found guilty of bludgeoning and stabbing Cassandra’s grandparents in 2017. Rider declared before the judge and jury that their deed was abominable and deserve to burn in the fires of Hell.
Teen Maniacs Wanted to Murder Even More People
According to court records, Hiro Rider and Bjorge plotted to kill Cassandra’s grandparents. The teens offered no motive for their deed. Last year, the teens entered Bjorge’s grandparent’s house and assaulted the two seniors without uttering a word.
The teen’s affidavit states that the couple use butcher knives, a baseball bat, a hammer, and a tire iron in order to beat the elderly couple. Dave Brucz, a Gwinnett County homicide detective, declared that Cassandra gagged and tied her grandmother before dragging her to another area of the house to murder her.
To ward off any sign of suspicion, the teen maniacs caulked the doors to prevent the smell of leaving the building. Soon after murdering Bjorge’s grandparents, the two teens moved the body to a secluded area of the house and threw a pot- and alcohol-fueled party.
During their police interview, the couple admitted to planning the murders of several other people, including Rider’s family. Allegedly Bjorge’s idea, Rider backed up, saying that it was extreme. The bodies were discovered during a welfare check.
As for the Gwinnett County teens, they were later arrested and charged with double homicide. Recently, a judge sentenced to life in prison. No terms of parole were settled for the teens. When asked about his deed, Rider declared that their deed was abominable and that they deserved the sentence and much more.
Rider also admitted that his girlfriend became very energic after butchering her grandmother.
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