CLEMMONS -- Crews from the Clemmons Public Works Department were at 2749 Knob Hill Drive in Clemmons Thursday morning removing debris from the property where the skeletal remains of two men were found on Oct. 5.
Workers were clearing the backyard, loading piles of debris into a front-end loader and into a dump truck. Old lawn furniture, vegetation, a garden hose and plastic bins were among some of the items that could be seen in the front-end loader.
Deputies from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office were also on the scene.
Chief Brad Stanley of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office said no more human remains have been found, though the investigation is ongoing. He said he does not know how long the investigation at the property will take. He declined to comment further.
Pazuzu Algarad and Amber Burch were each charged with one count of murder. Earlier this week, authorities identified the bodies as those of Joshua Wetzler of Mocksville and Tommy Dean Welch. Krystal Matlock was charged with accessory after the fact to first-degree murder.