November 4, 2018
Mario Morris and Samantha Vasquez.
I don’t know what the hell was going on here.
They all sound like a bunch of complete degenerates.
A man and woman were arrested on suspicion of killing 29-year-old Tiffani Selleys, who was found bound in a Phoenix motel room earlier this week.
Mario Morris, 43, and Samantha Vasquez, 53, were booked into a Maricopa County jail on Tuesday, Phoenix police said in a news release.
Selleys was found dead Monday in a Phoenix motel after she and her boyfriend were tied up during a fight with visitors.
About 7:55 a.m., police officers responded to a Knights Inn Travelodge at 2735 W. Sweetwater Ave. and found Selleys badly beaten and bound by duct tape and extension cords, court records say.
Selleys was pronounced dead, and the cause of death is pending the medical examiner’s findings, Tommy Thompson said.
According to the 38-year-old boyfriend, the couple had been occupying the room for a few days and invited Morris and Vasquez to stay in their room, records state.
Morris and Vasquez accused Selleys of stealing money and drugs and bound up Selleys and the boyfriend, police said.
The boyfriend was able to free himself and call 911 after the suspects left. He said he and Selleys were in a fight with the suspects in the motel room, police said.