(WJBK) - The suspect wanted in connection with two deaths in Clinton Township earlier this week has been arrested in Ohio.
United States Marshals arrested 24-year-old Robert Marzejka on murder warrants out of Macomb County. The warrant was issued in connection with the death of his 18-year-old sister Danielle Marzejka and her 19-year-old boyfriend, Seren Bryan. Their bodies were found inside garbage bags in a shed behind Danielle's home on Sunday.
Clinton Township police say the van was found abandoned at Seaway Market strip mall on Cherry Street in downtown Toledo Wednesday afternoon.
US Marshalls then learned Marzejka had gotten onto a bus to Cincinnati, tracking him to a library there. Marzejka was known to frequent libraries to use computers for online gaming.
Police arrested him without any problems. Marzejka is now being held at the Hamilton County Jail, awaiting extradition to Michigan.
Clinton Township police say they're unsure why Marzejka had been in Ohio, but believe he may have been trying to get to Tampa, Florida, where he has family. Meanwhile, police are not releasing details of how the two teens were killed.
An extradition hearing is scheduled for Friday, but if Marzejka fights extradition, police are unsure when he will return to Michigan. He faces life in prison.
His 1999 Ford van is being held in the evidence garage at the Clinton Township Police Station.
His sister and her boyfriend were found dead late Sunday night after other family members noticed a foul odor coming from the shed. Robert was named a person of interest in the murders Monday night and the arrest warrants were issued Wednesday morning.
Police haven't said yet how they believe the two died.