Two Suspects Charged With Quadruple Homicide


Police sources told the newspaper that one of the suspects was acquainted with one of the dead women.

A lesbian couple and their two children have been found murdered, bound and with their throats slashed.

Tedesco said that he's "confident" there will not be any more arrests in this case. Both suspects, from Schenectady, New York, were arraigned in Troy City Court on Saturday, with the next court appearance scheduled for Thursday. Jeremiah and Shanise were Shanta's children, and Mells was her partner, police said.

Troy Police Chief James Tedesco said the murders were an abominable act of 'savagery'.

It has been reported that Mann broke brown as he was being led out of court.

Myers's oldest child, 15-year-old Isaiah, was away from home at the time of the murders.

Told the teen via the Times Union, 'I'm not sure if they're coming for me next.' .

Albany pastor Charlie Muller, of Victory Christian Church, earlier this week offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the deaths at 158 Second Ave.

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Tips can be called in to the police department directly at 518-270-4421, or anonymously online at "I don't have the word", he said the next day.

We'll keep you updated as new developments are made public.

The Troy Boys & Girls Club is also raising money through a GoFundMe page to help cover the cost of funeral services for the victims.

Shanise Myers, five, was found dead along with her family.

'I'm scared to go to the corner store, ' he told reporters.

Jeremiah, the family said, dreamed of playing for the Boston Celtics. Both entered a not guilty plea during their arraignment Saturday morning in Troy City Court. "It will be deeply felt by all his friends at the Club and throughout the community".

Shakera Symes, Shanta Myers's sister, told Spectrum News that the murders have left her entire family traumatized.

"Our hearts are broken and our thoughts and deepest condolences are with their family and loved ones during this terribly troubling time", Carmello wrote.