After receiving a call on Dec. 30, 2013, from a young teen male who said his family was injured or dead, police found four bodies in a Fontana, Calif. home, according to NBC 4.
NBC reports Fontana Police Sgt. Doug Imhof said, “We located four bodies, two children, a female about 12 years old, a male about 10 years old, a female victim adult 35 to 40 and a male about the same age… It appears as though they all lived there.”
According to the report, family members on scene have indicated the four deceased individuals were part of a family – a father, mother, and their two children.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Fontana Police Chief Rodney Jones told NBC 4 that the deaths were homicides.
The neighborhood is typically quiet, thus, the neighbors have said what has taken place is both “shocking and scary,” according to NBC.
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