The man to be charged with murder in the deaths of two elderly women, including his 90-year-old grandmother and an 87-year-old who was found mutilated in Utica, is out of the hospital.
Naythen Aubain, 29, will be arraigned with two counts of first-degree murder.
Around 8 p.m. Sunday, police said a vehicle crashed on Bleecker Street, and a man fled the scene, then had some kind of altercation with responders. When he was arrested, what he said led police to believe some people were injured, eventually leading officers to the Tilden Avenue house on Utica's east side.
There, officers found the remains of Jane Wentka, believed to be the landlord, and realized Katerine Aubain, who had lived there, was missing.
On Monday, police found additional remains believed of Wentka at a location on Albany Road. Officers also found remains in a park in Clayville buried in a shallow grave. Police believe those remains belong to Katerine Aubain, who was deemed no longer missing.
A preliminary autopsy report is pending.