News 12 at 11, February 9, 2008
AUGUSTA, Ga.---Neighbors say they're shocked after two people are murdered in their own home, and their daughter's body is found miles away.
"It's just hard to believe," Curtis Corbett says as he stares at his neighbor's house on Bennock Mill Road, shocked at the events from earlier in the day.
Investigators say two of his neighbors were murdered in their own home and their pregnant daughter's body was found miles away.
"Super nice folks. It's just a shame. It's really a shame that it ended like this. It's a tragedy," he said.
Corbett moved in six months ago, and says he was pleased to meet Andrew Hartley and Sharon Hartley as his neighbors.
He says they would invite him over for holidays and just bring a smile to his face.
"I'd come home and they'd be out there smiling and happy and cheer you right up. You couldn't help but smile back at them," he said.
He says it wasn't quite the same case with their daughter Allyson, though.
"The daughter, I'd see her out in the yard arguing from time to time with her boyfriend," he said.
He says she moved back in with her parents about a month ago. Before that she lived with her boyfriend, who Corbett believes is the suspect in the case Andrian Tywan Hargrove.
"As a human being I think he's worthless. There's nothing worth taking human life over," he said.
Now he's left worrying about his neighborhood and is thinking about moving. And he says it's just a shame for lives to end this way.
"We got soldiers in Iraq dying for freedom, and we got people here dying over domestic disagreements. It's just crazy," he said.