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The Two Suspects Arrested In Connection To The Deaths Of A New Hampshire Couple Who Were Found Buried In A Shallow Grave On A Texas Beach Have Both Appeared In Court

 

Mexican officials have recently captured Adam Curtis Williams; the guy wanted in association with the deaths of two people; James and Michelle Butler, a New Hampshire couple whose bodies were recovered from a shallow grave on North Padre Island in Texas.

According to Kleberg County Sheriff, Williams was caught by authorities in Jalisco, Mexico.
Kleberg County authorities published an image of Williams and a female person who has been recognised as Amanda Noverr.
The image was captured while the two were trying to cross the border into Mexico from Eagle Pass, Texas while driving the truck which belonged to Butlers.
The Kleberg County sheriff published the identities of Williams and Noverr and reported they had obtained a warrant for Williams’ arrest for felony theft.

Noverr was also taken into custody, and she still stays in Mexico. As per the authorities, she remains there with a child.

Both of them will be kept at the Kleberg County Jail on charges of felony theft.

On Friday evening, Sheriff’s Office confirmed that two dead bodies were found in a shallow grave on Padre Island, just south of Bob Hall Pier, and were positively identified as the Butlers who were killed by him.

It was on Oct.27 when the investigation began where the authorities responded to the area between Mile Markers 263 and 26to belong to the Butlers pinged in that locality…
James Butler(48) and Michelle Butler(46) were seen nowhere, and no information was available regarding them.
According to the concerned authorities, someone saw the body of a female when authorities searched the nearby area; they found another male body.

The couple’s last known location was at Padre Balli Park in October.
Butlers’ family members told police that the couple likely headed towards a part-time job.

A 2018 Silver Chevrolet 2500 truck was the vehicle which supposedly belonged to them.

The section of beach where both bodies were found, known to residents as “the bowl,” is about three miles south of Bob Hall Pier and is a desolate section of beach.

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