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Suspect in custody after triple homicide in Missouri

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COURTESY: Wayne County Journal-Banner COURTESY: Wayne County Journal-Banner
MUGSHOT: Drew Atchison MUGSHOT: Drew Atchison

UPDATED: JANUARY 30, 2018 4:40 p.m.

WAYNE CO., MO -- Drew D. Atchison, 24, of Williamsville, now faces three counts felony murder in the first degree, three counts of felony armed criminal action, felony child kidnapping and felony tampering in the first degree.

Atchison is accused of killing Harley Michael Million,24,  Samara Fontaine Kitts, 23,  and Willa Fontaine Million, 17 months.

The Wayne County Sheriff says no motive is known at this time.

Atchison will appear in court later this week.

ORIGINAL STORY

WSIL -- Multiple agencies are investigating a triple homicide in Southeast Missouri.

One suspect is in custody.  The Wayne County Journal Banner confirms that suspect is Drew D. Atchison of Willilamsville, MO.

According to Wayne County, MO Sheriff Dean Finch, the victims are Harley Michael Million, Samara Fontaine Kitts, and Willa Fontaine Million.

The homicides occurred in Wayne and Butler Counties.

Investigators from both counties are working on the case with the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
 

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