EUGENE, Ore. -- The two people killed at a Eugene mobile home park last week were related to the suspect, Eugene police announced on Monday.
The victims have been identified as Nancy Loucks-Morris, 85, and Gerald Morris, 87.
Police said Loucks-Morris is the grandmother of Nicholas Borden-Cortez, 26, who has been charged in the murders. Morris is the man's step-grandfather, police added.
Borden-Cortez, 26, was captured around 1 p.m. Friday after a car chase that ended at the intersection of Main Street and Bob Straub Parkway in Springfield, police said. During the chase, Borden-Cortez reportedly called 911 and told dispatchers he had a gun.
When he got out of the vehicle, Borden-Cortez allegedly showed a knife and challenged the police to shoot him.
Borden-Cortez is being held on two counts of first-degree murder and eluding by vehicle.
The victims were found May 7 inside a home at the Falcon Wood Village mobile home park on Green Acres Road.
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