A teenager made a court appearance in northwest Ohio on Friday, a day after he was the focus of an Amber Alert along with two other teens who are now dead.
Michael Fay, 17, waived his appearance in Franklin County a day after he was found in Columbus.
According to authorities, Fay pointed officials to where to find the bodies of the other two teens who were part of the Amber Alert.
It was Thursday morning when the alert was issued for Fay, 14-year-old Blaine Romes and 17-year-old Blake Romes.
A mother had returned to her Ottawa County trailer home to find a crime scene.
The Amber Alert was issued, and Fay was found at a gas station in Columbus with the vehicle that was missing from Putnam County.
Fay is now being charged with grand theft, but police said more charges are pending.
There's no word on any motives for the killings as police continue to investigate.
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