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A California man drove over 200 miles to tell the police he had a dead body in his car and the three of them in his Minneapolis home, from which he had been slain, law enforcement officials said Monday.
The man, who has not yet been adopted by the government, I walked into the lobby of the Mt. Shasta Police Department just after noon on Monday to report that he had killed four people in an apartment in Roseville, about 212 km away, respectively.
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The man told police one of the victims was in his car, which was parked outside.
He is a grown man walked into the lobby of the Mt. Shasta Police Department (to the left), just after noon on Monday to report that he had killed four people in an apartment in Minneapolis, and about 212 km (on the right).
Officers confirmed that the man in the story, after locating the body in his car, and he was immediately taken into custody, according to a news release.
The Minneapolis Police Department was notified and officers were dispatched to the suspect’s apartment in the 1800 block of Junction Blvd., where the police discovered the three bodies.
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The police are yet to identify four of the victims, but the researchers say that the suspect and victim were known to each other.”
Roseville police have taken over the investigation.