Twins arrested in fatal Opelika stabbing case - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Twins arrested in fatal Opelika stabbing case

Kadarrious Douglas Beasley and Kentarious Douglas Beasley were arrested and each charged with one count of Murder and one count of Attempted Murder. Photo courtesy Lee County Sheriff's Office. Kadarrious Douglas Beasley and Kentarious Douglas Beasley were arrested and each charged with one count of Murder and one count of Attempted Murder. Photo courtesy Lee County Sheriff's Office.
OPELIKA, AL (WSFA) -

Opelika Police arrested two people Monday in connection to a fatal weekend stabbing.

Kadarrious Douglas Beasley and his twin brother, Kentarious Douglas Beasley, 24, of Auburn, were arrested at Ridgecrest Apartments in Auburn and were taken into custody without incident.

The brothers were transported to the Opelika Police Department for questioning, then transported to the Lee County Detention Facility. 

Both men are charged with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder

The suspects were apprehended by officers of the Opelika Police Department, the Auburn Police Department, and Agents of the State of Alabama Probation & Parole Division.

The victims, Gregory Moody, 35, and his brother William Moody Dowdell 28, both of Opelika, were transported to the East Alabama Medical Center EMS Sunday evening.

Moody was pronounced dead in the emergency room. Dowdell was taken into emergency surgery and is listed in critical condition.

The motive in this case is unknown. Authorities continue to investigate.

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