4 children, father found passed in Georgia home; mom detained

LOGANVILLE, Ga. — Police found 4 immature children and their father apparently stabbed to death in a home outward Atlanta and took the mom into control early Thursday.

The lady was incarcerated by police after the bodies were found inside the home in Loganville, Gwinnett County police Cpl. Michele Pihera told reporters at the scene. Police after expelled a matter job her a “suspect” in the deaths, nonetheless no charges have been filed.

“She was fast taken into control and right now she’s at Gwinnett County Police Headquarters being interviewed,” Pihera said. Police have not pronounced either the lady was injured.

“Right now we trust we have everybody concerned in this crime,” she said, adding that she does not wish people in the village to consider that a dangerous person is at large.

“What her motivations are for committing this horrible crime, we still don’t know,” Pihera said.

No identities have been released, CBS associate WGCL-TV reports. The 4 children killed seem to be under age 10, Pihera said. The man, whom police pronounced was their father, was in his mid-30s, she said.

Early indications are that a knife was used to attack the five, yet a medical investigator will make the final integrity about the case of death, she said.

Another child was taken to a hospital with injuries they report as serious, police said.

Police pronounced in a matter that a lady inside the home called police at 4:47 a.m. Thursday to report a stabbing and officers responding the call found the 5 bodies inside. They did not contend either the lady who placed the call was the same person they are now interviewing.

Outside the single-story home with white paneling and black shutters, neighbors sat in their front yards. Crime stage fasten surrounded the home and tools of the yard in the Loganville area, about 30 miles easterly of Atlanta.

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