At least five people were killed at their home in Arkansas, probably as a Christmas Day massacre.
The spokesman of the Pope County Sheriff’s office said that they received a call of a possible murder at around 5 pm. He said that the ruthless crime had struck the department on Christmas day.
They found five dead bodies when they reached the home in Atkins, and all five victims are believed to be family members. The investigation is under process, and no other information related to the case is revealed yet.
A news reporter said that four patrol cars and several officers from the Atkins Police Department were seen at the crime scene at around 5:14 pm on Saturday, December 26.
Atkins is a small town in central Arkansas with a population of about 3k people and is 70 miles northwest of Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas.
The Pope County Sheriff’s Office is working with Arkansas police to investigate the case and reach the criminal.
No one is yet suspected of committing the crime, and police have refused to provide any further detail of the case yet.Christmas has never been the same for everyone. This day is meant to cherish and spread harmony, but some heartless people can’t stop themself from spreading violence even on this day.
A homicide of an 18-year-old boy was reported in 2016, and the criminal is not found even after four years. This is a time of year when families all over the nation gather to celebrate, but some unlucky people are left to weep on this day.
Calab Luckett, 18 from Indiana, was shot dead by an unknown person at Woodland Park Appartments on December 25, 2016. The tragedy shattered the family, and after four years, they still can’t get over the loss.
The victim’s mother and aunt told reporters they worked really hard to earn enough money for Christmas.
They were so excited about the event and had planned so many things, but the sudden murder of Calab left them devastated.The aunt said the victim’s mother has never been the same since the murder of her son. The world might have forgotten the incident, but the pain is still the same for the family.