A Deep Gap couple killed on April 10, 2019 died from "stab wounds of the torso."

The Watauga Democrat reports autopsy results indicate Jeffrey and Tanya Borlase suffered multiple stab wounds.

According to the report, Jeffrey Borlase's wounds were to the left chest and back, with additional wounds on the arms and hands, abrasions on the scalp and forehead and blunt-force trauma to the torso and extremities.

Tanya Borlase's wounds were also in the left chest, back and arm. Multiple sharp-force injuries to the left arm were "likely consistent with defensive-type injuries," according to the autopsy, and there were blunt-force injuries to the head, neck, torso and extremities.

The report also noted asphyxial injuries that "could have been sustained during compression of the neck."

Toxicology analysis showed no alcohol in either victim.

The Borlases were found dead outside of their home at 1174 Orchard Road in Deep Gap.

Court documents indicated that the bodies appeared to have been removed from the residence and authorities believed there was an altercation.

Their son, Tristan Noah Borlase, was arrested April 11, 2019, and charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

He's been held in the Watauga Detention Center, and his next court date is August 31.