Foxboro and Massachusetts State Police are researching a murder-suicide at a home on East Street.
As indicated by Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey, William Scaccia shot and slaughtered his 6-year-old child Anthony before turning the weapon on himself.
Foxboro police said they got a call from one of Scaccia’s neighbors soon after 11:30 p.m. Thursday to report what had all the earmarks of being a restorative crisis.
People on call touched base to locate the young man experiencing a solitary gunfire wound. He was taken to Norwood Hospital, where he was articulated dead.
William Scaccia was discovered dead at the scene from a discharge twisted to the head, as indicated by police.
Police don’t trust the father was inhabiting the home at the time however said they have a history with him.
“The history as of late drove me to deny him a gun allow in July of this current year,” Foxboro Police Chief William Baker said.
“He requested that dissent to the District Court in Wrentham,” Baker proceeded. “On Sept. 8, the judge in the area court bolstered my dissent, keeping him from being authorized for having a gun.”
Police additionally said they recuperated a note left by William Scaccia.