Twin, 19-year-old brothers were charged with murder Friday, stemming from a deadly crash during a high-speed chase through Antelope this week.
Roman and Ruslan Glukhoy allegedly slammed into a car Wednesday while trying to evade officers, killing 35-year-old Joe Luis Barriga-Tovar and his 14-year-old daughter, Anahi.
The Glukhoy brothers, along with 21-year-old Yuriy Merkushev, were wanted for an alleged burglary in Aurburn before leading authorities on a pursuit. Merkushev was initially with the twins, investigators say, but was not involved in the crash.
The three men are charged with grand theft, assaulting a peace officer, resisting arrest, evading a peace officer and conspiracy. The Glukhoy brothers were also charged with two counts of murder.
Merkushev’s bail was set at $50,000, while bail was denied for the twins.
Doug Johnson will have a full report on FOX40 News at 5.