Dallas authorities are investigating a triple-homicide at an East Dallas apartment or condo where the bodies of a lady and two children were discovered after authorities say a male confessed to killing his family.
Dallas authorities Deputy Chief Reuben Ramirez said in a news conference Monday afternoon that the suspect called 911 and told operators that he shot his family.
An arrest warrant launched Monday evening recognized the suspect is James Lee Webb.
Webb gave up and was taken into custody when officers showed up. He was then taken to authorities head offices where he was spoken with by detectives. Later Monday night, Webb was charged with Capital Murder and transferred to the Dallas County Jail. His bond will be set after a Dallas County Magistrate hearing.
Dallas authorities Deputy Chief Reuben Ramirez validated in a news conference Monday afternoon that a male called 911 and told operators that he shot his family.
“This is a terrible scene, a dreadful incident,” said Ramirez.
Officers then searched the residence and discovered the bodies of 3 individuals within, Victoria Bunton, approximated to be in her 50s and two kids, ages 13 and 16, according to the arrest warrant.
Cops said they likewise discovered a handgun inside the apartment or condo together with numerous shell housings.
Dallas authorities are investigating deaths at an East Dallas apartment or condo.
The arrest warrant for Webb information his statements to authorities, stating he had a headache Monday morning and he and Bunton began arguing around 10 a.m. due to the fact that Bunton and the teens were being “too loud.” The warrant states Webb produced a handgun and shot Bunton a minimum of twice before killing the children.
“The suspect waited an hour and then gotten in touch with 911 through his emergency situation medical alert device and told them what he did,” the warrant states.
Web apparently told detectives he was tired of the victims shouting and telling him there was absolutely nothing wrong with him, so he shot them to death.
Dallas authorities are investigating the deaths of 3 individuals, consisting of two teens. Cops say a male called 911 declaring to have killed his family. NBC 5’s Jack Highberger reports the guy turned himself in and has the most recent from East Dallas.
“Last time I saw her (victim) she was getting the groceries out of the vehicle and the kids were helping her and you would never ever think he would do that,” said neighbor Chanel Lockhart.
From Texas Sky Ranger, a number of officers were seen utilizing criminal offense scene tape to cordon off an area outside a domestic structure at the Rosemont at Ash Creek apartment or condos at 2605 John West Road near Buckner Boulevard and Interstate 30.
Public records show authorities have been called to the complex a minimum of 49 times given that January 1 but not to the family’s particular unit