Prince George’s County Police have reported a capture in the slaughtering of three young ladies whose bodies were found at a home in Clinton.
Late Friday night, police reported the capture of 24-year-old Antonio Williams of the 6400-square of Brooke Jane Drive in Clinton.
Police are not discharging whatever other data looking into the issue, but rather authorities will hold a news meeting at 11 a.m. Saturday to talk about the case, which is depicted as a continuous examination.
Police were called at 7:37 a.m. Friday to the home in 6400 piece of Brooke Jane Drive.
PGPD Homicide Detectives arrested 24 year old Antonio Williams of 6400 block of Brook Jane Drive, Clinton in homicides of 3 juvenile females
— PGPDNEWS (@PGPDNews) August 19, 2017
Police representative Jennifer Donelan said a grown-up relative returned home to locate the three adolescents with injury to their bodies. They were articulated dead by flame division work force.
“We are presently amidst a noteworthy examination concerning what happened to these kids, who executed them,” Donelan said. “We have our confirmation specialists who are inside the home at this point. That is a long procedure.”
Starting at a Friday evening public interview, police still weren’t discharging the names of the kids, or how they were connected.
“We have various individuals that we are conversing with and are proceeding to address,” Donelan said. “We’re finding individuals that we have to meet and that is going full speed.”
That work is being done working together with the workplace of State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks, who accepted the open door to talk for the benefit of province inhabitants, saying, “We are completely shattered and we are so totally crushed.”
Donelan said advising administrations are being made accessible for the officers who initially touched base on the scene, and the same might be made accessible for flame work force.
“I wear a uniform yet I am a father. Those that reacted here today are guardians aunties uncles of youthful youngsters that they cherish in particular,” Prince George’s County police Chief Hector Velez stated, promising officers will “work resolutely to discover the individual or people in charge of these kids’ passing.”
Anybody with data is made a request to call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.