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Two suspects indicted in Rachel Rhoads murder case

Carlton Grant, left, and Lindsey McFadden (Source: Upshur County Jail) Carlton Grant, left, and Lindsey McFadden (Source: Upshur County Jail)
UPSHUR COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -

Two suspects have been indicted on capital murder charges in the murder case of Rachel Rhoads, a Longview woman who was found dead in Upshur County. 

Lindsey McFadden, 29, and Carlton Lamar Grant, 37, were indicted on capital murder charges in Upshur County. McFadden and Grant were arrested in April in connection to the murder of Rachel Rhoads.

Rhoads body was discovered on April 1 in a field off of FM 726 near Highway 154. She was reported missing by family members on March 31. 

Upshur County officials say McFadden and Grant reportedly killed Rhoads while they were in the processing of kidnapping her.

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VIDEO: Two charged in Rachel Rhoads murder case

The duo was arrested after law enforcement officers found Rhoads stolen vehicle in the parking lot of a Fort Worth apartment complex.The two were originally arrested on warrants unrelated to the investigation. After their arrest, investigators obtained sufficient evidence to charge the two with capital murder.

McFadden and Grant were arrainged on capital murder charges on April 10th in an Upshur County courtroom. They were each assigned a $4 million bond. 

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