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But when the man who killed the woman began to weep and say he was sorry for his actions, he said, “You have your life in your hands.” At that point the man grabbed his gun and ordered the others to come back to the tent where he wanted his wife and child. The suspect called a neighbor, a state trooper, and told him the man had killed the woman and his wife and children.

The trooper, the witness said, then followed the suspect outside and found him, “very, very agitated with fear,” and that he was holding his gun on the trooper, who ordered the suspect to step back from the trooper, said Colleen Macias of the Jefferson Cou바카라사이트nty Sheriff’s Office. Macias said the trooper “immediately began to question (the suspect)…. She didn’t recognize him at all.”

The victim, who lived with his wife and two young children, managed to crawl back into the tent, according to Macias, and was 밀리언 클럽 카지노later pronounced dead at a local hospital.

Police identified the suspect as Robert G. Wilson, who lived in the 100 block of East Grand Avenue in the St. Clair County neighborhood of East St. Clairville, the witness said. The name has not yet been released by police or Wilson’s family.

In an interview Tuesday, an official with the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension confirmed that the investigation was continuing, but didn’t provide more detail than that. The agency sa카지노게임사이트id all interviews had taken place in Monticello and Jefferson County.

Jefferson County Sheriff Steve Schmidt said the shooting was an “isolated incident,” and declined further comment.

Macias declined to release Wilson’s name but said he was 18. Wilson’s family identified him as a good friend of Wilson’s and said they were shocked and shocked that he’d put anyone in danger on their doorstep.

“He came right to my door and yelled my name while all of a sudden he turned around and left the house,” said his grandmother, Barbara Williams, 61. “This is a horrible event that happened.”

The witness’ wife, who had been working on construction in the neighborhood, then described Wilson to the Jefferson County dispatcher at 11:35 a.m. She did not know how she’d got hold of the suspect who called himself