Car show benefits murdered teens' families to start foundation


(KUTV) -- A special car show took place at Tintic High School in Eureka in honor of two teens from the area who were murdered.

Volunteers organized the charity event in tribute of Brelynne “Breezy” Otteson, 17, and her boyfriend, Riley Powell, 18.

The two teens were reported missing to the Juab County Sheriff’s Office on January 2. Their bodies were discovered in an abandoned mine in Eureka, March 27, 2018.

The suspect in the teens' deaths, Jerrod Baum, is in jail and charged with aggravated murder.

To honor their memories and celebrate their lives, people participated in the four-hour car show that included music and drawing for prizes.

All the proceeds from the event are being donated to the teens' families to start a foundation to fund searches for missing people.

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