A man arrested Dec. 31 for two murders in Indianapolis has admitted to committing the crimes, according to WTHR.com .
Christopher Conwell, 20, confessed to Indianapolis Metro Police Detectives that he killed Avery Elzy, 34 ( who police said lived an "alternative" lifestyle, according to the Web site ) , and Michael Hunt, 22, on Dec. 26 at the couple's house at 5853 Rosslyn. One of the couple's three dogs was also killed.
When asked what was meant by "alternative," Sgt. Paul Thompson of the Indianapolis Police Department told Windy City Times Jan. 8 that the couple was "in the LGBT spectrum." Thompson added that, so far, the double murder does not look like a hate crime; however, authorities are still investigating the motive.
Andies, 5253 N. Clark, passed re-inspection Jan. 9 and was given its business license back a day after being being shut down the previous day by Chicago Department of Public Health inspectors.
The inspectors visited Andies in response to a report that a customer became sick after eating a meal. Inspectors discovered a faulty walk-in cooler that was about five degrees warmer than the maximum of 40 degrees required by law.