Judge issues gag order in murder case of two Westland teens found dead in Detroit

Gag order prevents anyone involved in Westland teens' murder case from publically commenting

DETROIT - A gag order has been issued in the case of two men charged with stripping the car of two Westland teenagers whose bodies later were found in a Detroit field.

The Wayne County prosecutor's office says 36th District Judge Deborah Lewis Langston issued the order Thursday. It prevents prosecutors and defense attorneys from publicly commenting on the case.

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Forty-year-old Larry Anderson and 39-year-old Casey Green are charged with larceny of a motor vehicle and obstruction of justice.

They were arrested after Jacob Kudla's car was found in a west side alley.

The bodies of the 18-year-old Kudla and 17-year-old Jourdan Bobbish were found July 27. Both had been shot. They were last seen July 22 after visiting Kudla's uncle in Detroit.

No one has been charged in their slayings.

Charges against Larry Anderson, 40, and Casey Green, 39, were announced Saturday.

-- Larry Anderson and Casey Green

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