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GraveWylie, TX — Two teen boys are in police custody, charged with murder, after cops questioned what they were doing in a patch of woods Saturday night and one derpily responded  “We are burying a body.”

Police received a call around 9:30 that night about a suspicious vehicle near Highway 78. Upon arrival, they spotted an unoccupied vehicle matching the call description, just sitting there all suspicious-like. The officers headed off into a wooded area near where the car was sitting to investigate and saw the two 16-year-old boys hightailing it out of the woods. Assuming the kids were heading for the car, the officers headed back up to the vehicle and waited.

When the boys approached the car, one of the officers asked what they were up to. That was when the dumber half of the stupid pair opened his mouth.

Officers detained the boys and called for backup. A search of the area led to the discovery of a very dead teen boy — police have identified him as 17-year-old Ivan Mejia.

Police say all three teens attended the same school, Wylie East High School, and have reason to believe the alleged murder occurred behind the school.

Investigators have yet to disclose a motive or the manner in which Mejia was killed.

Both teens are being held at Collin County Juvenile Detention Facility.

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  • Delaney3030

    sheer genius. One cop was supposed to look at the other seriously for a seconda and then they all break out into laughter. That’s how the kid envisioned it going down. I’m sure.

  • CT

    Am I the only one watching the ID channel? You pull your car off on to a deserted side road and hide your vehicle. You don’t pull over and put on your flashers so that no one hits your car while you dig a ditch and throw a body into it. People, there are very educational shows out there – use them.

  • Stormclouds

    … ‘We are burying a body’? No shit, sherlock. Thankfully they at least know what happened to the teen they killed, even if not just why, yet… fortunately you just have to be angry to kill someone, not smart. These two are bottom-of-the-barrel stupid, on several levels.

  • Vincents_Sin

    Nobody else has done it, so I’ll start the round of applause for the two idiots here…

  • Lena60

    Bet it was over a girl, these two dipshits deserve prison. Luckely dumb and dumber found each other.

  • thebossessecretary

    I’ll never understand why cops, presented with a Chatty Cathy doll, don’t take it to the limit and get the whole story. “Who’s the dead guy? Where is he now? What did he do? Who’s the guy you’re with? What did he do?” Take full advantage of the idiotic situation.

  • Vesper B

    Agreed! Between my dad the cop and ID, I’m pretty sure I can pull off the perfect murder.

    One more thing, CT (and this is directly from dad): don’t get anyone else involved. If you can’t bury/hide the body by yourself, wait until you can. People can’t keep their damn mouths shut

  • Buffettgirl

    Well, honesty IS the best policy… no?

  • djariella

    My bf would tell me to not get ideas from the ID channel lol.

  • Carrie Burton

    I’m not a killer but if I were, and I got caught in the woods being a teenager with no eye catching proof of doing anything wrong & was approached by a Cop asking “What are you doing out here in the woods?” I think I could come up with a better excuse than “Oh, just trying to bury a body.” I mean really kids? Why even try to go out of your way to bury the body if you were just going to out yourself anyway?!? I mean off the top of my head I could come up with “Oh, I was bird watching” or “Looking for my lost dog” or anything EXCEPT burying a damn dead body. *SMH* Lawd Jesus. Pray for these kids, our kids and their upcoming generations!

  • Duncan Manwood

    You can’t expect the kid to lie about what he was doing. That’s a mortal sin or something, right?

  • SillyCynic

    Wouldn’t that become inadmissible in court due to Miranda Rights not being read, or parents not being contacted pre-“interview?”

  • SillyCynic

    I was half expecting them to claim they were lovers. I would’ve thought the cop would’ve said “TMI, guys. Just keep it in the bedroom and not in public, ok?”

  • Finnea

    One of my favourites is “Forensic Files”. At the end of a recent episode a man said something like “If you think you can commit the perfect crime, there are fifty ways to fuck it up… and you’re a genius if you can figure out twenty five of them.”

    In your case though (with the father cop), the odds of success are probably greater.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    I blame Justin Bieber for this line of thinking. Anyone else watch the deposition and immediately think of thise smartass?

  • shewentwhoa

    du-mas

  • 1DireWolf

    That’s what Leopold and Loeb thought too. Didn’t work out so well for them. The perfect murder part not the people can’t keep their mouth shut.

    I knew someone who pulled off the perfect murder. His sister’s husband used to beat her mercilessly. He and his other brother had beat his ass, had him arrested but she always went back to him.

    So my co-worker Bob, and his brothers went to the guy and said “Hey, we’re all family and we are tired of the animosity and she apparently loves you so it’s none of our business.”

    That’s what he thought anyway, She was his wife and it was nobody elses business. So they made up. They hung out together. They helped him work on his car. They’d get drunk and go to Kitley (A stock car demolition derby in our town). This went on for over a year. Then one day they all went deer hunting and he died in a tragic hunting accident. When the police questioned Bob’s sister she said they were all good friends they wouldn’t hurt him for the world. So that is how he officially died, a tragic hunting accident.
    “Revenge is a dish that is best served cold.”

  • 1DireWolf

    I think the cops finding the body and shovels and so on would make the little “confession” a moot point.

  • Sejanus

    This is the up and coming generation of imbeciles….we are soooo screwed.

  • Stanley_Ipkiss

    Im thinking maybe the honest one didnt really want to be / was forced to be involved in the whole thing and probably thought telling the cops what they were doing was his best way of earning himself a deal later down the line..Its just a thought but maybe he is just completely stupid.

  • Stanley_Ipkiss

    I havent seen the deposition, mainly because even looking at the little bastard makes my blood boil. I do blame Bieber for quite a lot of things though.

  • itsknotme

    To police, I would never admit to burying a body, but digging one up, well, that’s another story ….

  • Scrappy

    My stepfather used spout an old adage to us. “The only way two people can keep a secret is if one of them is dead.” Also useful if you plan to get away with murder…

  • Scrappy

    Ha ha! Good one.

  • Scrappy

    Well, not if they keep confessing to all their crimes…

  • Scrappy

    I caught this story the other day but didn’t have time to post…middle of massive standardized state testing and all. Barf

    I think a shout out is due to Jaded for her excellent writing on this one. Not that I don’t think you are just generally great at putting these pieces together J, but this one brought me a nice guffaw at the beginning of a stressful day. A sad story made better by snarky writing.

  • Missy B Love

    Wow all these juvenile crimes on D’D today, give me such hope for our future. Like with kids this dumb, and idiotic, I’m sure crime will no longer be a mystery. Before we know it no case will ever go cold.

  • SraChina

    It was over a girl. Now she will move on to get married, have kids and they will rot in jail.

  • SraChina

    Here are the dumb fucks.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Jaded

    Thank ya!

  • nobigwhoopdawg

    *perks* Kitley? Are you from Indy, or is there another Kitley I don’t know about?

  • 1DireWolf

    Born raised in the Circle City/

  • nobigwhoopdawg

    Hey there, fellow Hoosier! We moved away from Irvington in 2001, but I remember some (sort of) quiet summer nights when the wind was just right we could hear them tearing it up at Kitley.

    So, uh, yeah. *waves* :)

  • Scrappy

    What a pathetic reason to take someone’s life. Could they get a caning before they go to kiddie jail?

  • Scrappy

    Hey, any fellow Hoosiers out there remember that one silly tourism slogan, “There’s more than corn in Indiana?” It had a song and everything.

    An old boyfriend opened a show in Chicago by saying, “Hey, we’re Crankpin, and we’re here to prove that there’s more than corn in Indiana.” Band mates wanted to throttle him!

  • Leasha

    Well, now, doesn’t Adam there look like a mentally stable ray of fucking sunshine?

  • Reen B

    That, and good job sorting out all 6 suspects so the storyline makes sense…otherwise this writeup could have easily been a train wreck.