Two suspects have been charged with the execution-style murders of two Chicago teenagers.
The mothers of both murdered teens are now breathing a sigh of relief.
16-year-old Raysuan Turner and 17-year-old Darnelle Flowers were shot and killed in August. Their bodies were found in a wooded area steps from a park near 131st and Rhodes on the city's Far South Side. They had been shot multiple times.
The victims’ mothers were told it was a paid hit.
Now, two classmates -- also aged 16 and 17 -- are each facing two felony counts of first-degree murder in the case.
Back in August, Flowers and Turner were missing for two days. Search parties were sent out until Turner's mother says police received an anonymous call that gave them the precise locations of the bodies.
Still no word on the motive behind the shooting.
Both suspects are expected to be in bond court Saturday.