TUCSON, Ariz. — New documents have been released in the high-profile murder case of two girls, specifically search warrants for Christopher Clements.
Clements is accused of killing six-year-old Isabel Celis and 13-year-old Maribel Gonzalez.
The Pima County Attorney's Office released documents revealing information about the warrants that were issued in June of 2018. They were for his Maricopa County Jail cell.
Prior to his transfer to Pima County, investigators found a box of legal documents.
They were searching for books, drawings, diagrams, letters, and photographs, including a bible with photos of the exterior of the Celis home.
The search warrant also reveal Clements made mention of knowing where a possible murder weapon was located, but he didn't provide information.
Clements is due in court next week.
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