INGHAM COUNTY, Mich. (WLNS) – The man accused of murdering two mid-Michigan women will soon appear in court.

27-year-old Kiernan Scott Brown is behind bars tonight after officials say he killed two women early Friday morning.

Brown is accused of murdering 26-year-old Kaylee Ann Brock from Holt and 32-year-old Julie Ann Mooney from Williamston.

6 News found out today that Brown has been in trouble several times before.

He was in prison for assaulting a police officer back in 2013 and strangling someone in 2014. He’s also been on parole for home invasion in 2011 and attempting to steal a car in 2013.

But most recently, Brown is accused in a double homicide that took place on Friday.

Ingham County Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth says that Brown went to an ex-girlfriend’s home early Friday morning demanding to be let in.

While he was there, he sent her messages saying he spared her. This pushed to her call police.

Less than an hour later, Eaton County Sheriff’s deputies found him driving on I-69.

During the arrest, they say he showed them pictures on his phone of the two women that he killed.

Brown is currently in policy custody for other crimes; those charges include assault to do great bodily harm, domestic violence, and animal cruelty.

He’s set to appear in court tomorrow to face formal charges in the murder of the two women.

6 News will be there and bring you updates to this story as soon as we get them.


ORIGINAL STORY: The man police say is suspected of killing two women is set to be charged with those deaths.

This story is developing and 6 News is learning new information about the case.

A court hearing just ended in Mason for Kiernan Scott Brown.

He’s already been charged with  assault and animal cruelty in a different investigation.

Now 6 News has learned he will be formally charged with murdering two women.

According to officials, Kaylee Ann Brock, 26, of Holt and Julie Ann Mooney, 32, of Williamston, were beaten to death early last Friday.

Police arrested the suspect on Friday morning and say evidence revealed he was planning to kill more people.

He’s expected to be arraigned tomorrow afternoon on charges connected with those killings.

Right now he’s being held on other charges, including a parole violation.

Brown has a history of violence, having been convicted in 2014 of assault by strangulation.

This story will continue to develop and will be updated online and on 6 News.