- Associated Press - Thursday, December 24, 2015

PEMBROKE, Ky. (AP) - The Christian County Sheriff’s Department has released the identities of two bodies found inside a badly burned car discovered in a field near Pembroke.

Media outlets report that the bodies, found Nov. 19, have been identified as 58-year-old Pamela J. Phillips and 63-year-old Ed Dansereau.

The sheriff’s department said in a release that Phillips and Dansereau were shot to death before the car was set ablaze.

Pamela Phillips was the wife of Cal Phillips, who was found shot to death in the cellar of his home. Dansereau was the Phillips’ neighbor.

The release says authorities have sent evidence collected at all three scenes - the field where the car was found, the Phillips’ home and Danereau’s house - to Kentucky State Police for testing as they conduct interviews.

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