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SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENT ONLYElkhorn, Wisconsin - July 3, 20141. Various of suspect2. SOUNDBITE (English) Detective Jeffrey Recknagel, Walworth County Sheriff: "We opened both suitcases. The first suitcase had an adult woman, she was naked. She had a gagball in her mouth that was attached by a collar."3. SOUNDBITE (English) Detective Jeffrey Recknagel, Walworth County Sheriff: "He told me he had been storing these bodies in the trunk of his vehicle and that the smell was so strong he decided he had to get rid of them."4. SOUNDBITE (English) Travis Schwantes, defense attorney: "And I think the evidence does not establish even to the low degree that probable cause is that Mr. Zelich hid these suitcases. It's more likely that he placed them alongside the road to be discovered."5. SOUNDBITE (English) Judge Phillip Koss, Walworth County: "Even under the issue of you claim the defendant said they were accidental perhaps once but twice. That's another inference I can draw: it's not likely to accidental when this happens two times. Therefore I do believe that they were hid with the intent to conceal a crime."6. Suspect leaving courtroomSTORYLINE:A detective says a former police officer told him that he killed two women during rough sex and then put their bodies in suitcases that he hid for months before dumping them in rural Wisconsin.Walworth County Sheriff's Detective Jeffrey Recknagel testified Thursday during a preliminary hearing for 52-year-old Steven Zelich.Zelich is charged with two counts of hiding a corpse after the suitcases were found June 5, about 50 miles southwest of Milwaukee.Walworth County authorities have said the women were killed elsewhere and they expect homicide charges to be filed in those other counties.Recknagel says Zelich told him he killed the women accidentally after separate sexual encounters that were rough and included bondage.Zelich's public defender has said the deaths may have been accidents.