The bodies found Saturday at a Benton County farm included a man and two women, said Benton County Sheriff's Lt. Chuck Jones Sunday.
The man has been identified as David Perez Saucedo, 23, and one of the women was Victoria Torres, 19, he said.
The name of the third victim, a 23-year-old woman, will not be released until her family can be reached.
The hometowns of the victims has not been released.
The deaths are being investigated as a homicide.
A farmworker found two people dead near a cornfield about 6 a.m. Saturday.
Jones said deputies arrived soon after and found a third body. All were on farmland off Nine Canyon Road, southeast of the intersection with Coffin Road, said Jones.
The bodies remained where they were found much of Saturday, with Benton County Coroner Hansens saying his office planned to pick them up later in the evening.
“We’re waiting for the state patrol’s crime scene team,” he said.
The roads in the area are unmarked, making it difficult to tell whose property they were found on, Hansens said. He said investigators reached the bodies by driving down farm service roads.
Jones said the property is owned by Easterday Farms.
An autopsy is scheduled for 9 a.m. Monday, Hansens said.
No further information has been released.