2 charged with murder after human remains found in Randolph County in 2015

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Ingrid Morales Dejesus Rodriguez and Miguel Angel Munoz

RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Two people have been charged with murder in connection with the remains of 21-year-old Francisco Rivas Galves-Huezo being located in Randolph County in October 2015.

Ingrid Morales Dejesus Rodriguez, 24, and Miguel Angel Munoz, 18, both of Siler City, are each charged with murder, according to a news release from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office.

Rodriguez and Munoz were last seen with Galves-Huezo before he was reported missing, the release said. The sheriff’s office charged the pair with concealing an unnatural death in December 2015 in connection with the case.

Prior to his remains being found, authorities said Galves-Huezo was on the run, wanted in connection with the murder of Esau Abraham Brenes.

Munoz is currently being held at the Randolph County Jail under no bond. Rodriguez is currently being held at the Chatham County Jail under no bond.

Editor’s note: In past stories on myfox8.com, Francisco Rivas Galves-Huezo was named as Francisco Antonio Rivas, which is how authorities were identifying him at the time those stories were posted. 

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