DETROIT (WXYZ) - Two men are charged in connection with the case of the missing teenagers from Westland whose bodies were found Friday in a field on Detroit's east side .
The Wayne County Prosecutor's office is charging 39-year-old Casey Jason Green and 40-year-old Larry Videz Anderson with the larceny of items from a motor vehicle, which is a 5 year jail term.
They also are being charged with obstruction of justice, worth 5 years in prison and tampering with evidence, which could bring 4 years.
The vehicle involved in the charges is a 2001 Chevy Cavalier and was found in the 8500 block of Beechwood in Detroit, behind an apartment building, earlier this week.
This is believed to be the car that was used by two teenagers from Westland, 17-year-old Jourdan Bobbish and 18-year-old Jacob Kudla. Bobbish and Kudla were found dead Friday. They went missing on Sunday night.
Saturday, the Wayne County Medical Examiner confirmed the identification of their bodies.
Charges for Green and Anderson, both of Detroit, were in 36th District Court.
Earlier this week, 7 Action News learned that Green and Andreson, the two men charged by the Prosecutor's office, have already spent years behind bars.
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