Montana pair found dissolving their victims' bodies in basement chemical bath

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 24, 2017

Bail was set at $2 million for two western Montana residents who are charged in the stabbing deaths of two people whose bodies were found in plastic tubs of chemicals in the basement of a Missoula home.

Pierce's roommate talked to police last Thursday, stating he was woken up by screams. The roommate left, but the next day Pierce told the roommate at work that they had "killed a couple people last night".

She reportedly told the roommate that Standingrock had brought two people over and took them to the basement and attacked one of them.

According to CBS News, the suspects have not yet entered pleas.

Augustus Standingrock, left, and Tiffanie Pierce were charged with deliberate homicide for an incident that happened on August 17, 2017 in Montana. When the other tried to escape, Pierce attacked them. Both victims were found to have died of stab wounds.

"There's no combination of (release conditions) that would ensure that members of our community would be safe", Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst told Justice of the Peace Marie Andersen on Monday, according to Time.

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Police inspected the home that afternoon and uncovered human remains in the basement. Standingrock had a bloody cloth draped around his hand and had been holding a gun before he complied.

Investigators haven't identified the victims, though court documents revealed them to be a man and a woman.

Pierce and Standingrock tried to destroy the bodies of the victims by putting them in tubs with chemicals that prosecutors say were purchased by Pierce, prosecutors said.

Authorities also charged Pierce and Standingrock with accountability for deliberate homicide.

Pierce is also the subject of an investigation related to a home invasion and stabbing from earlier this summer.

When police searched the home, Standingrock was on conditional release for felony sentences for assault with a weapon and criminal endangerment.

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