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Chad Reed, 53, allegedly clashed with his two tenants, Jaclyn Lepird and Joseph Soule, because he said they “liked to party,” police say.

A Michigan landlord, who met tenants regularly, kept him awake at night because they “wanted to party” and made a lot of noise, allegedly confessing to murdering them after a blowout. Policeman.

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Chad Reed, 53, of Battle Creek was arrested Thursday and charged with two open murder cases for killing tenants Joseph Soule, 34, and Jaclyn Lepird, 31, a Battle Creek police sergeant. Detective Joel Case said at a news conference Thursday afternoon.

Last seen on October 7, relatives of the couple reported their disappearance on Monday and led the police to open an investigation into their disappearance.

During the investigation that followed, police obtained information from a source that Reed confessed to killing the couple and hiding their bodies, Case said.

Soon after, Reed arrived at the police station to surrender and confess to detectives, Case said.

Reed reportedly told police that he and the tenants, who lived in an apartment on the top floor of his small house at 203 Post Avenue in Battle Creek, had frequently argued.

“Of all the people we talked to … it seemed like they had an ongoing discussion that they just couldn’t get along with,” Case said. “They argued for the money, they argued for you.

“It was relatively common for him to complain to people that he was mad at them, that he couldn’t get along with them,” he said.

“I also loved the party

Reed told them that the couple “loved the party too” and “kept him up late,” Case said.

“He told others that he had slept badly again and could not sleep due to the noise that was happening,” he said. “It was a bad environment.”

Tensions in the house reached a boiling point on the night of October 7. Reed told police that he and the couple had started arguing again, but this time he claimed Soule had pulled a knife from him, Case said.

Reed told police that “in self-defense, he pulled out a gun and shot Joey,” Case said.

Lepird “tried to escape the residence and at that point he was shot as well,” Case said.

Reed reportedly told police that he followed her into the backyard and “continued to beat and strangle her until she finally died in the backyard,” Case said.

Reed reportedly told police that he had wrapped the couple’s bodies in plastic and placed them in the back of his truck.

The bodies remained there for a few days, Case said.

But then “friends came to see them,” he said.

This would have prompted Reed to drive the truck, with the bodies still inside, to a nearby abandoned garage and leave it there with the door closed, Case said.

Reed is being held at the Calhoun County Jail.

You haven’t asked yet. It is not known whether he has retained an attorney to speak on his behalf.

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