Following the arrests of two suspects, authorities have released information concerning the deaths of Chastity Hill, 27, and Logan Tindale, 22. 

According to the district attorney's office, officers arrived on the Clyde Vickers Road residence to find the victims deceased from apparent gunshot wounds. 

A subsequent investigation over the next several days was conducted by the DA's office and the Coffee County Sheriff's Department. 

"Dozens of interviews, hours of crime scene investigation and the resolve to achieve justice for these victims resulted in developing evidence to make the arrests of two individuals involved in these murders,"  District Attorney Craig Northcott said in a statement.

The two accused are Ronald Andrew Archey, 54, of Coffee County, and Cullen Blake Hickerson, 25, also of Coffee County. They have each been charged with two counts of premeditated murder and felony murder for the killings. They will appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court for an initial appearance on Sept. 23. 

"I want to thank all of the investigators and officers of the Coffee County Sheriff's Department for their relentless and professional efforts in this investigation. I want to thank Sheriff Chad Partin for making available all the resources of his department and his many hours leading the investigation." Northcott said.

"The work will continue in this case to leave no lead unpursued to ensure that justice will be served. Please pray for the victims' families and respect their privacy in this difficult time." he said. 

    

John has been with the Manchester Times since May 2011. John has won Tennessee Press Association awards for Best News Photo and placed in numerous other categories. John is a 1994 graduate of Tullahoma High School, a graduate of Motlow State Community College and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Middle Tennessee State University. He lives in Tullahoma, enjoys painting, dancing and exploring the outdoors.

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