MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- The brother of a 73-year-old man who was killed along with 9-year-old twins says his brother was in a relationship with the twins' mother.
Kenny Girdner says the twins, Jordan and Taylor Dejerinett, loved his brother, Jack Mac Girdner. He told WSFA-TV (http://bit.ly/LrEPgF) that the relationship between his brother and the twins' mother, Terrye Moore, lasted three years. Moore has described Jack Mac Girdner as a friend who liked to take the twins on outings. He was babysitting the twins at his home south of Montgomery when all three disappeared June 3 along with his Mercedes Benz. They were found shot to death in Lowndes County.
The last known address for the man charged in the slayings, Deandra Marquis Lee, was across the street from Moore's home in Montgomery.