In the Media
On Thursday, March 1, 2018, Lancaster County deputies spoke with a woman who said she had been told by another person that a homicide had occurred at a home in the 1800 block of High Point Circle in Lancaster on an unknown date several weeks ago.  
A search warrant was obtained and the remains of a person were found on the property. On Friday, March 2, 2018, the Lancaster County coroner's office identified the remains as belonging to Austin Tyler Steele.  
Deputies stated Holford, Duncan, and Steele all lived in a mobile home behind the main house at one point in time. Investigators discovered that several weeks ago, Holford shot shot Steele in the neck. Steele survived into that night, but was dead by the next morning.  
Holford dismembered Steele’s body and hid the various body parts on the property. A human torso without limbs and a human skull were found buried on the property. Bones were found in a burn barrel and also in a box under the mobile home. Duncan assisted Holford in concealing the body parts.