|Christopher and William Cormier|
(Scroll down for video) Police arrested two brothers for allegedly throwing a man into hardening concrete, according to police.
Florida authorities charged 31-year-old twins with the murder of a former newspaper reporter in Pensacola whose body was found buried in concrete in Georgia.
Pensacola Police said Christopher and William Cormier of Georgia also face charges of armed robbery. Authorities said they killed 30-year-old Sean Dugas. Dugas worked for the Pensacola News Journal from 2005 to 2010, doing various jobs as a clerk, drafting, multimedia reporting, entertainment reporting and crime reporting.
Investigators said the twins were guests in Dugas' home in Pensacola before he was killed and stole his belongings. That included a collection of cards for the game "Magic: The Gathering", worth up to $100,000. Pensacola Police Detective Danny Harnett said that the stolen cards were sold in Pensacola, Tennessee and Georgia.
Friends said Dugas and the twins met at a Pensacola comic shop where they played the game and bought and sold game cards.
Georgia investigators discovered the body surrounded by concrete in the backyard of the brothers parents’ house in Widner, Georgia, after a weeklong search. A friend reported Dugas missing after he missed a lunch meeting.
Police said Dugas died of blunt-force trauma.CBS Atlanta 46