viernes, 17 de enero de 2014
Jehovah's Witness couple and their young children found shot dead in two-story home after grim 'murder suicide'
Publicado por Cristian Orellana en 8:01 p.m.
;Sheddrick and Kia Miller and their two young children were found Wednesday morning after police were called around 10:30 to the family's home near Irmo, South Carolina
The man's mother came across the grisly scene when she hadn't heard from her son for a number of days and went to check on the family
;She immediately called 911 after discovering the bodies scattered throughout the two-story home
A family of Jehovah's Witnesses have been found dead in their South Carolina home after what police say was a shocking murder-suicide.
The bodies of a couple - believed to be Sheddrick and Kia Miller - and their two young children were found Wednesday morning scattered throughout the family's two-story home near Irmo.
Police were called to the home around 10:30 a.m. after man's mother discovered the grim scene.
Shock: The family of Jehovah's Witnesses moved into the lovely home, pictured, in 2012
The children were found dead in their respective bedrooms, and the two adults were found together in the master bedroom, Richland County Sheriff's Department spokesman Sgt. Curtis Wilson told the Charlotte Observer.
Each of the four was shot in the upper body and a handgun, the presumed murder weapon, was found near the father, Wilson said.
He said initial evidence suggested a domestic disturbance. Investigators are checking records to see if there had been any prior domestic violence calls made to the house.
The family has not been officially identified but Richland County property records show the Millers owned the house. Friends also identified the dead as the Miller family.
The children's grandmother went to check on the young family after she hadn't heard from her son for a number of days, Wilson said. She immediately called police after discovering them dead.
According to property records, the Millers bought the lovely home in the Riverwalk neighborhood in 2012.
Grim scene: The man's mother came across the grisly scene when she hadn't heard from her son for a number of days and went to check on the family, police said
Family friend Rachel Hinson, 25, described them as a good family and said the children were both under the age of five.
She told the Observer she had attended bible study at the Millers' home and went to Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses with them.
'It's confusing, and it's not understandable why something like that would happen,' said Hinson, who's grandmother lives near the home.
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