In November of 2020, a snowplow driver discovered two bodies on the side of a highway near Bridgeport, California.

The victims were identified as William and Yesenia Larsen of Burbank, California.

An investigation revealed that several former business associates of the couple were connected with what was termed a double homicide.

35 year-old Bradley Kohorst was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona on Monday, while 33 year-old Corey Spurlock and 32 year-old Orit Oged were taken into custody following a raid on their residence in Missoula on Wednesday night.

Spurlock and Oged are set to appear in Missoula Justice Court on Friday charged with two counts of deliberate homicide.

They will be extradited to Mono County, California to face charges.

The Missoula City Police Department and the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office participated in the arrests.

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