Body of Florida Crime Reporter Found Encased in Concrete
Sean Dugas used to work the crime beat at the Pensacola News Journal, and sadly his death might be just as bizarre as the crimes he covered. Dugas had been missing since late August. His body was uncovered this weekend, buried in a Georgia back yard in a plastic container encased in concrete.
Meanwhile, Christopher and William Cormier, 31-year-old twin brothers who have lived in various parts of Georgia and North Florida for the past ten years, returned home to their father's house in Georgia about three weeks ago. They told their father about Dugas's disappearance and claimed they had been taking care of his dog. They admitted to killing the dog, and buried it in the back yard of their father's rental home.
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