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Triple-Murder Suicide Involved Two Children

Posted by Sandra On December - 27 - 2010

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Lauderdale County Sheriff Billy Sollie said deputies arrived to 788 Murphy Road just before 4:30 p.m. Thursday. A man who lived in the house found the bodies of a man, woman, and two children, and called for help. Later Thursday evening, Lauderdale County coroner, Clayton Cobler, confirmed what was suspected, that the case was a triple murder suicide. “An adult male who lives at this residence arrived home this afternoon and found the four individuals inside the home. All appeared to have been shot,” said Sollie. “There is a weapon inside the house that we have recovered, and it will be processed as part of the evidence.” The man and woman were the parents of the two children, ages 4 and 5, but Sollie said the couple was not married to each other.

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