Homicide

Autopsy report: Bodies of slain Georgia teens had been posed

FILE- This August 2016 file photo released by the Roswell Police Department shows Jeffrey Hazelwood. Fulton County medical examiner Michele T. Stauffenberg's report Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, said the bodies of two slain Georgia teens had been placed in distinct poses when they were found behind a grocery store in an Atlanta suburb. Police say Hazelwood is accused of killing them. (Roswell Police Department via AP, File)

FILE- This August 2016 file photo released by the Roswell Police Department shows Jeffrey Hazelwood. Fulton County medical examiner Michele T. Stauffenberg's report Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016, said the bodies of two slain Georgia teens had been placed in distinct poses when they were found behind a grocery store in an Atlanta suburb. Police say Hazelwood is accused of killing them. (Roswell Police Department via AP, File)  (The Associated Press)

An autopsy report says the bodies of two slain Georgia teens had been placed in distinct poses when they were found behind a grocery store in an Atlanta suburb.

Fulton County medical examiner Michele T. Stauffenberg's report Thursday said Natalie Henderson was found naked in a "sexually suggestive position," while Carter Davis was wearing only shorts with his arms outstretched on each side. The 17-year-olds were found dead behind a Publix grocery store in Roswell on Aug. 1.

Police say 20-year-old Jeffrey Hazelwood is accused of killing them. He is charged with murder and theft. Hazelwood is expected to appear in Fulton County Magistrate Court on Friday.

Arrest warrants charge that Hazelwood followed the two teens into an alley behind the store and shot each one in the head.