Jaryd Ramos
Jaryd Ramos, 22, is charged with killing his grandmother Barbara Gromley, 59, and great-grandmother Regina Gromley, 90. (Picture: HOGP/WFMY)

A man is accused of killing his grandmother and great-grandmother whose corpses he lived with for up to 20 days.

Jaryd Ramos, 22, is charged with the murder of his 90-year-old great-grandmother Regina Gromley and her 59-year-old daughter, Barbara Gromley, on November 5 in Montgomery County, Texas.

Police said Ramos said he was ‘tired of them’ while showing no remorse as he confessed to the murders on Monday. He reportedly moved into his great-grandmother’s home this summer.

Barbara’s body was discovered in a ‘large plastic tote hidden behind a shed’ behind an abandoned local church on Sunday.

Police say Ramos told them that he dumped the body behind the church on November 25 – after he had been living in the home with the corpses for approximately 3 weeks.

Barbara Ramos
Barbara Ramos’ body was found in a ‘large plastic tote hidden behind a shed’ in the 600 block of Westridge Drive in The Woodlands, Texas. (Picture: Google Maps)

Investigators responded to Regina Gromley’s home to investigate a missing persons report that was filed for both Regina and Barbara.

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Police say Ramos filed the report the day after he moved Barbara’s body.

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Ramos allowed officers to search his home and Regina’s body was found in a garbage can in the backyard. Shortly after discover, Ramos confessed to the killings, according to The Joplin Globe.

He later told authorities the bodies were in the home for a ‘little while’ before he moved them.

Leutenant Scott Spencer, with the Montgomery County sheriff’s office, said: ‘He had done a lot of research and a lot of careful planning into what he had decided to do with the bodies in order to alleviate some of the smells or problems that could come from a decomposing body.’

Ramos is currently being held in Montgomery County jail and bond was not listed.

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