"This is a tragic and horrific event," deputy police chief David Kintz said, according to the report.
“Oh my God, my husband shot my kids,” the 46-year-old mother screams to a separate dispatcher. “God, someone please help me.
Oh, my God!” "Oh, my God!
His estranged wife had been shot, and his 16-year-old twin daughters lay dead – one on a couch, the other in a bedroom.
After admitting to the grisly killings, Coffland told St. Charles (Mo.) dispatchers he was preparing to turn the gun on himself.
Police had been called to Anjum’s apartment over a domestic dispute last month, according to the Tribune.
Charles. While the Coffland twins, who would have turned 17 on Tuesday, had been living with their dad, his wife had been staying at a separate location in St.
When cops arrived at Coffland’s Chicago-area condo, they found two deceased girls with gunshot wounds to the head and their mother with bullets in both legs, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Randall Coffland called 911 last Friday night to report two murders.
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“I just shot and killed my two kids, and I shot my wife,” Coffland calmly states in chilling 911 recordings released this week. “And I’m going to shoot myself now.”
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His wife, Anjum, is heard agonizing over what she was witnessing.
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"We have no indication of a struggle other than the violence of the crime; nothing strewn about."