Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter. Log In. A Maryland teenager struch a plea agreement that will stop prosecutors from pursuing life without parole in exchange for his admittance of guilt for murdering his entire family, some while they slept. This agreement means he could eventually be released.
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A year-old confessed to shooting and killing his entire family at their Alabama home late Monday night, including his 5-year-old sister and two brothers, who were 6 years old and 6 months old, police said. The victims also included his father, John Sisk, 38, and Mary Sisk, his year-old stepmother, the spokesman for the Limestone County Sheriff's Office, Stephen Young, said at a press conference Tuesday. The teenager called authorities late on Monday to say he had heard gunshots while in the basement, prompting a police response. When police arrived at the home in the town of Elkmont, the boy, who has not been identified, said he had run out of the home after hearing the gunshots. However, investigators later discovered "enough discrepancies" in his statement, and called him in for further questioning.
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A year-old boy in Alabama has been charged with murder after confessing to killing five members of his own family, US police say. The boy is accused of killing three siblings, aged six months, five and six, as well as his father John Sisk, 38, and stepmother Mary Sisk, According to investigators, the boy initially called police to say he had heard gunfire coming from his family home and met officers outside the property.
Police said they received a call from Michael Eugene Fisher, 16, early Monday morning. Fisher later met police at his house, where they found the bodies of Christopher Fisher, 27, Susan Fisher, 41, and David Fisher, 14,. All three victims were in their bedrooms and each had head and neck wounds, police chief Walter Chase said.