Scarred For Life: Six-Year-Old Boy Witnessed How Parents Were Killed, Said Ninjas Came To Their Home To Kill His Family

By Claire Parker, Parent Herald December 29, 11:28 am

Police officials responded to a call about a disturbance at an apartment in Anchorage, Alaska and said that the six-year-old son of the slain parents said that ninjas came to his home and killed his family. The child witnessed the slaying of his parents.

The victims were identified as 38-year-old Christopher Brooks and 32-year-old Danielle Brooks. Christopher was shot multiple times in the head and in the body, People reported. Danielle, on the other hand, was covered with a lot of blood that it was not initially clear what injuries did she suffer from. Neighbors said they heard gunshots but believed at first that they were fireworks.

The boy, who was not identified, was the son of Danielle and the stepson of Christopher. The boy was not harmed.

One person was first arrested and identified as Jaylyn Franklin, 20. He was reportedly an accomplice to the killings while the other two people arrested were identified as Lamarkuss Mann and Deanthony Harris.

Mann was the person who pulled the trigger. Franklin told authorities that the three men were dressed in all black and were driven by a fourth person to the area, who has not been arrested yet. They then went inside the apartment of the Brooks and asked for drugs and money.

Christopher reportedly begged the three men to take whatever they wanted while Danielle was screaming. The three men then told the boy to go inside his bedroom. Franklin, Christopher and Mann then started to wrestle for the gun and Mann eventually shot Brooks a number of times.

Mann also shot Danielle because she was a witness, reported. The three men left the apartment after the killings. They have been charged with first-degree burglary, first-degree robbery and second-degree murder.

Meanwhile, the child was placed under the care of his relatives. It was not stated yet if the robbers really found drugs and money they were initially looking for.

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