Murder suspects head back to Missouri

Ryan Coari's booking photo taken in Callaway County.

Update: Oct. 25 at 4 p.m.:Ryan Coari is in custody of the Callaway County Sheriff's Department. Coari, 28, of Mexico is being held at the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.Coari will be arraigned at 9 a.m. Friday morning on two counts of first degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and 2nd degree arson. Original Story:A pair of murder suspects are expected to be in Callaway County court for arraignment on Friday, nearly a month after the two were arrested in Michigan on unrelated charges.Ryan and Jacie Coari are charged with the September murders of Amanda and Mike Wieberg in Auxvasse, but for the last several weeks, they've been sitting in a Michigan jail. Sheriff Dennis Crane said he expects the arraignments to be on Friday, but would have specific times on Wednesday.The pair was arrested in Michigan on Sept. 11 unrelated charges stemming from a U-Haul rental out of Mexico, Mo. A U-Haul employee in Michigan called authorities after being suspicious of the pair. Callaway County authorities then went to Michigan and interviewed them about the Wieberg murders.Earlier this month, both Ryan and Jacie waived their rights to challenge extradition.Court records show Jacie Coari admitted to dropping her husband off at Mike Wiebergs so he could rob him. Ryan Coari is accused of shooting Michael and his daughter Amanda. The Wiebergs were found in Michael's home after it was burned to the ground. A coroner determined both died before the fire began.