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Two North Carolina brothers indicted on murder charges

Jessica Walker and another girl were found dead in a burned out car. Walker had ties to the Danville area.

February 07, 2012|WDBJ7 Web Staff

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Two brothers charged in connection to the deaths of two women have been indicted by a North Carolina grand jury.

John Willis, 21, and his brother Aaron Willis, 16, were indicted Monday on charges related to the murders of Jessica Walker and Taylor Queen.

John Willis was indicted on charges for first-degree murder of Taylor Queen, first-degree murder of Jessica Walker, and two counts of concealment of death/disturbing human remains.

Walker had ties to the Danville area.

Aaron Willis was indicted on two accessory after the fact charges related to the murders.

Both Willis brothers are in the Rockingham County Jail awaiting their trial.

Here is the news release from the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office:

On Monday February 6th the Rockingham County Grand Jury convened and brought back True Bills of Indictment for John Arbery Willis, 21, and his younger brother Aaron Terrell Willis, 16 in connection with the homicide of Taylor Nicole Queen, 17.

Queen was found dead along with Jessica Marie Walker, 18, on Stacey Rd. during the early morning hours of December 12, 2011 at the scene of a vehicle fire. Walker’s cause of death was later determined by the North Carolina Medical Examiner to have been by gunshot wound. Queen’s cause of death has yet to be released by the Medical Examiner’s Office.

John Arbery Willis was indicted by the Grand Jury for the 1st Degree Murder of Taylor Nicole Queen, 1st Degree Murder of Jessica Marie Walker and two counts of Concealment of Death/Disturbing Human Remains.

Aaron Terrell Willis was indicted by the Grand Jury for Accessory After the Fact in the Murder of Taylor Nicole Queen and Accessory After the Fact in the Murder of Jessica Marie Walker.

Both Willis brothers remain in the Rockingham County Jail awaiting trial.

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