State Police: Suspect Identified in Carter County Triple Murder

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27 NEWSFIRST has learned police now have a suspect in a gruesome murder where a mother and her two children were murdered.

State police confirmed Friday morning that they have identified a suspect in the triple murder, but they will not release who that person is.

At this time we do not know if there is any relationship between the suspect and the victims.

We have learned that police expect to make an arrest. They say that arrest won't happen today but detective say they're close.

We first told you about the fire at the family's Grayson mobile home back on May 10th where Jennifer Ison and her two children, 10 year old Shannah and three year old Marissa, were all found dead inside.

On Friday, a special ATF response team combed the crime, even shaking down the ashes looking for the smallest of clues.

The ATF response team is a very specialized team and one of only four in the country.

Police say the team will be at the scene all day and may even return Saturday for further investigations.

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  • by Samantha Location: london on May 21, 2007 at 09:03 AM
    How could any one let something come upon thier lives such as taking the lives of a family. May god be with the family of the victims.
  • by Greg Location: Madison County on May 19, 2007 at 04:54 PM
    I think whoever killed that lady and her poor little children should with out a doubt get the death penalty and be put to death soon not in 15-20 yrs.Thats just plain sick to burn people up after there already dead whoever done it deserves the same if not worse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by corkey Location: maysville on May 18, 2007 at 02:43 PM
    the bible says, the person who did this will answer maybe not in this life, but they will answer for it, come judgement day, you can take that to the bank.
  • by Jeff Poe Location: Clay City on May 18, 2007 at 11:18 AM
    I hope that whoever did this is brought to justice and pays dearly for what they have done.


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