Relative Who Called 911 After Discovering Seven Family Members Dead Arrested

August 30, 2009

Georgia (ChattahBox) – Police are remaining tight lipped about the details of the seven who were found murdered in their mobile home on a historic plantation in Brunswick. While they have made an arrest, they are refusing to say if there is a connection.

Officials say the man, a relative of the victims, has been arrested on drug charges and lying to the police. He hasn’t been charges in the killings, and police are refusing to say if he is being looked at as a suspect.

No details have been released about the murders, except that police have said it is a scene “no one should have to see”. The ages of the victims are unknown, though it is believed that there were at least two teenagers, and one elderly dead.

What strikes me, personally, is the fact that the police would arrest someone on drug possession who has just lost his entire family, and discovered their bodies. What strikes me more is the fact that this man apparently lied to police, despite having discovered his entire family slain.

While there is no way to tell whether or not he killed them himself, perhaps the drugs were directly related? Let’s face it, it isn’t the first time we have heard about a family being attacked because a family member stole drugs, or owed the wrong person money.

Of course, it is all speculation at this point, but the fact that the relative has been arrested in a situation such as this speaks volumes.



One Response to “Relative Who Called 911 After Discovering Seven Family Members Dead Arrested”

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