In a Suspicious Case, Police Find 2 Adults, 1 Teen Dead While 2 Babies Come Out Unharmed

Venus Upadhayaya
By Venus Upadhayaya
May 31, 2019USshare
In a Suspicious Case, Police Find 2 Adults, 1 Teen Dead While 2 Babies Come Out Unharmed

In a suspicious case, police found two adults and one teen dead in a Virginia home on the morning of May 29, while two babies were found unharmed.

The Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office found the dead bodies inside a Spotsylvania County home after they responded to a call from someone at the property, reported Fox5.

Sheriff’s Capt. C.A. Carey said the deputies reached the home on the 8300 block of Arlene Acres Drive at about 9 a.m. local time to find a 39-year-old man, a 34-year-old woman, and a 14-year-old boy dead in the property, according to Fredericks Burg.

Carey described the cases as suspicious without providing any further details.

Media reports said the man and the woman had recently had a child, and the infant was found at home along with another toddler. The teen’s relationship with the victims has not been disclosed at this time.

Both children were unharmed and taken to a hospital to be treated for dehydration.

The deceased bodies were taken by the medical examiners’ office in Richmond for post mortem examination.

Shot in the Head While Dancing in a Parking Lot, Teen Dies Days Before Graduation

In another incident on May 24, an 18-year-old high school senior died just days before her graduation after she was shot in the head while dancing in a parking lot in Pennsylvania.

Morgan Dunston died on Friday morning after being shot while she was dancing with a group of friends in a parking lot at South Side Flats at 3 a.m., reported The Post-Gazette.

“Someone came up from behind and started shooting and my baby got shot,” Morgan’s mother Angie Krimm, 41, told The Post-Gazette.

According to a fundraiser on GoFundMe, Dunston was set to graduate from McKeesport High School this week.

Dunston’s small group of friends that was dancing with her rushed her to a hospital, but she didn’t survive the fatal shot to the head.

Krimm will accept Dunston’s diploma during the school graduation on Thursday and on Friday, they’ll hold her funeral.

“She wasn’t in a gang. She wasn’t with the wrong crowd. She was at the wrong place at the wrong time, trying to enjoy life,” Krimm told The Post-Gazette.

The family will hold a graduation party and a celebration of life on Saturday.

The mother said her slain daughter was to attend a cosmetology school in August and described her as a kind and bubbly person with a beautiful smile.

Twin sisters, Morgan Dunston and Jordyn Dunston
Twin sisters, Morgan Dunston and Jordyn Dunston. (Beth LaRotonda/GoFundMe)

Dunston’s twin sister is grief-stricken and is trying to cope up with the loss before she attends Slippery Rock University on a full scholarship. “There’s not one day I lived without my sister,” her twin, Jordyn Dunston told WPXI.

Krimm said Dunston was very proud of her twin, Jordyn.

“She feels like, ‘If I go on and live my life, I am leaving my sister behind,’” Krimm said. “And I said, ‘Jordyn, you have to do it for her. Because that’s what she would want you to do.’”

Twin sisters, Morgan Dunston and Jordyn
Twin sisters, Morgan Dunston and Jordyn were to graduate this week, instead, the family will be holding Morgan’s funeral. (Beth LaRotonda/GoFundMe)

After the graduation and funeral, Krimm is planning to take her daughter’s ashes to the beach. “She always wanted to go to the beach and I could never afford to take her,” the grief-stricken mother said.

Investigators are treating it as a case of homicide. However, police have yet to make any arrests, reported WPXI.

“I’ll keep fighting for her until I know something, because she’s not another number in somebody’s tablet. I promise you that much,” Krimm told WPXI.

The parking lot was next to a church, but the pastor declined that the shooting had anything to do with the church.

“Ideally, the church is in a place where things are happening and not always the best things are happening, and we’ve had different things that have happened in this space and around this community before,” Pastor Jeff Eddings told WPXI.

“My heart is really just concerned with the victim and what happened with whoever was here,” he said.

From The Epoch Times

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