TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Two inmates at the Twin Falls County Jail are facing charges following the beating of a murder suspect also housed at the jail.

The Times-News reports ( that 27-year-old Spencer Coy Vulgamore of Castleford and 29-year-old James Russell Hunt-Pyeatt of Buhl were each charged Friday with felony aggravated battery causing great bodily harm.

Authorities say 41-year-old Glenn Tures sustained fractures to both cheek bones, right eye socket, nasal bone and to his back in the Sept. 5 attack.

Police say that Tures on Aug. 24 entered the Twin Falls Police Department and on his own volition confessed to the strangling death of 20-year-old Anessia Shaye Winterholer of Twin Falls.

Court documents say deputies reported learning of what they describe as a hit out for Tures in the jail because of the killing.

Information from: The Times-News,

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