Roger Bowling, Michigan man, due in court for dismembering bodies, dumping remains in Detroit River
Roger Bowling stands during his arraignment in 24th District Court in Allen Park, Mich. on Monday, July 23, 2012 for the deaths of Chris Hall and Danielle Greenway who were found last week in the Detroit River. Police say they found "copious amounts" of blood in a Detroit-area home where Bowling is charged with fatally shooting the couple and dismembering the bodies.
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(CBS/AP) DETROIT - A Michigan man accused of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend and her fiancé, chopping off their heads and limbs and dumping their remains into the Detroit River is scheduled to appear in court today.
Roger Bowling is charged in the deaths of 32-year-old Danielle Greenway and 42-year-old Chris Hall. Police said they were killed at their home in Allen Park.
Authorities found the bodies of Greenaway and Hall floating in the Detroit River and an adjoining canal on July 17, 2012. The same day, an angler spotted legs, a saw and a suitcase submerged in about 10 feet of water along a seawall.