Grim photos confront jury in Norwood double-homicide trial

Defendants in two child deaths allowed the children to rot in a car on a Norwood farm, without calling authorities or disclosing the deaths when a San Juan County Sheriff’s Office marijuana compliance officer visited the property, according to testimony given this week.

“They pretty much died in the car. It was a horrible death. They cooked in the car,” Colorado Bureau of Investigation Agent John Zamora said, on a recording of his interview with suspect Ashford Archer in 2017.

Archer is one of five defendants in the deaths of sisters Makayla Roberts,10, and Hannah Marshall, 8, whose bodies were found Sept. more at


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