UPDATE January 16, 2013 (KCEN) -- Forty-two-year-old Darrell Wayne Parker has been arrested and charged with one count of capital murder in the shooting deaths of Chuck and Cathy Youngblood, his mother and stepfather.
Another count of capital murder is expected to follow.
Parker's bond has not yet been set and police say they have no motive for the murder at this time.
Police originally went to the house for a welfare call. Friends of the couple were worried because they hadn't seen or heard from them since Thursday.
When police responded to the welfare call, they saw Cathy lying on the floor through a window. They kicked the door in and discovered that she was deceased. They also found Chuck's body not far from hers.
Both victims had several gunshot wounds.
Parker was caught within three hours of the discovery of the bodies. He admitted to shooting his mother and stepfather after a lengthy interview with police yesterday.
No weapon has been found yet.
(KCEN) -- A welfare call resulted in the discovery of two bodies at a residence outside of Troy.
The bodies were found around 9 this morning at a home on Willow Grove Road, off of 317.
The victims have been identified as Chuck Youngblood, 62, and Cathy Youngblood, 63.
Both bodies were found with multiple wounds, but police are not releasing what type of wounds the victims suffered.
Autopsies have been ordered.
A Chevy Trailblazer was missing from the scene, but police tracked it to Little River, where they took a male family member into custody.
The suspect could be charged tomorrow.
A neighbor said Chuck is a former military member and that the couple moved from Morgan's Point a few years ago. The neighbor described the Youngbloods as nice people.
This is the first murder the Bell County Sheriff's Department has worked this year.