Tristan Borlase Teen Killer Murders Parents

Tristan Borlase

Tristan Borlase is a teen killer from North Carolina who would be convicted of the murders of his parents. According to court documents Tristan Borlase would fatally stab his father whose body would be found in the yard and fatally stab his mother who was found sitting in her truck. According to reports Jeff Borlase, 43, and his wife, Tanya, 44, had eight children including a number who were adopted. Tristan Borlase was one of their biological children. Tristan Borlase would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole

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Documents provided by the Watauga County Clerk of Court’s office shed some light on what Watauga County Sheriff’s Deputies encountered on the night of April 10 when the bodies of Jeffery David Borlase and Tanya Maye Borlase were discovered at their home in Deep Gap.

According to an affidavit from Detective Matthew F. Rollins, a call was received by Watauga County Communications at 10:32 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10. Deputies were dispatched to Orchard Road in Deep Gap following a call from a family member that reported a lot of blood and three missing family members.

When deputies arrived, they discovered blood on stone steps of the walkway that leads to the house. Blood was also found on the porch and the doormats just before entering the house. The door was unlocked and deputies proceeded into the home. Blood was found on the floor just inside the door and a blood trail from the entrance going up the main stairs of the residence.

Outside, deputies searched the property and discovered Jeffery Borlase’s body under a hammock behind an outbuilding with puncture wounds to the abdomen.

Deputies continued to search the scene and located a truck in the woods that “appeared to be an attempt to hide the vehicle.” The truck, a 2001 Ford F-150, belonged to the family and had been reported missing. Deputies quickly discovered another deceased victim identified as Tanya Borlase. She was in the bed of the truck covered in a blanket with bags of mulch piled on top of her.

While detectives were still at the Deep Gap crime scene, court documents state that the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office was notified that Tristan Noah Borlase, 17, had been detained and taken into custody in Johnson County, Tennessee. Borlase was driving a truck that was registered to his father and had a female, Evelyn Faith Jackson, in the vehicle with him. According to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, Borlase and Jackson both had blood on their clothing and search warrants were issued for both of their cellphones.

Tristan Borlase was charged with two counts of murder and is being held without bond. Borlase will appear in court on May 7. No additional charges against other individuals in this investigation are pending at this time. Defensive attorney Garland Baker is representing Borlase.

Other court documents show that search warrants were issued for the search of a home DVR, a ring.com doorbell camera system, a Snapchat account that is believed to belong to Tristan Borlase and a total of five cellphones that may have pertinent information involving the crimes that occurred.

Tristan Borlase 2022 Information

Tristan Noah Borlase
Tristan Borlase Teen Killer Murders Parents
Offender Number:1678880                                          
Inmate Status:ACTIVE
Gender:MALE
Race:WHITE
Ethnic Group:NOT HISPANIC/LATINO
Birth Date:05/11/2001
Age:20
Current Location:CENTRAL PRISON

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Tristan Borlase 2022

Tristan Borlase is currently incarcerated at the Central Prison in North Carolina

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Tristan Borlase is serving two life without parole sentences

  1. Tristan Borlase 2022

    Tristan Borlase is currently incarcerated at the Central Prison in North Carolina

  2. Tristan Borlase Release Date

    Tristan Borlase is serving two life without parole sentences