Victim of double homicide remembered as generous and giving
DANVILLE, Va. (WSET) -- The victim's of a double homicide in Danville are being remembered as someone who could light up a room.
Kelly Wrenn and Ashley Jones were found dead in the home on Wrenn Drive around 12:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Amanda Willhite had gone missing after the incident, but was found safe in North Carolina on Wednesday.
Family members of Jones said they are devastated, describing the situation as surreal.
The only comfort they get, are through photos.
Ashley's father, Ralph Jones, said that Ashley was the youngest of two.
And he said his daughter was gentle and kind.
The other woman that was killed was described as a mother-figure to Ashley who lost her mom in July 2014.
Ashley's boyfriend, Robert Sayegh, lives in New York City and said they had been dating for six months, bu have known each other for two years.
Sayegh described Ashley as his soulmate.
He said they just got back from a vacation in Puerto Rico last week. "Ashely was the most generous, giving caring person I have met. She was the most genuine soul, she was a great soul. She never judged me. She never judged anybody," he said.
Sayegh said he is still looking for answers.
Ashley's funeral will be Friday.
Right now, no one is charged in either of the two deaths.