16 Year Old Kills His Whole Family
Colin Jeffery “CJ” Haynie has been accused of four checks of exasperated homicide, one tally of endeavored irritated homicide, and five tallies of the release of a gun in the firing passings of his mom and three kin and the injuring of his dad, KSL wrote about Wednesday.
Examiners uncovered upsetting subtleties of the January 17 episode at the Haynie home in Grantsville, Utah. “This occurred over five hours, piece by piece by piece by piece. This wasn’t one awful act all happening in one moment,” said Tooele County Attorney Scott Broadhead. It wasn’t an instance of “I snapped,” he said.
Colin Haynie, CJ’s dad and the relative who was injured said his child let him know “his goal was to kill everybody in the house aside from himself,” as indicated by charging reports recorded Wednesday.
CJ’s mom, Consuelo Alejandra Haynie, 52, and sister, 12-year-old Milan, showed up home from school at around 1 p.m., the charging archives state. He shot both on different occasions in the head and chest area. After an hour, 15-year-old Alexis showed up home and was shot on different occasions in the head and chest area.
At that point, CJ Haynie stood by over three hours for his sibling Matthew, 14, to get back. The charges state he shot Matthew once in the head. Not long after 6 p.m., Colin Haynie showed up home, and CJ shot him in the leg, the archives state. The two battled over the firearm.
“(The dad) said that he told the respondent that the litigant’s mom would be tragic if the litigant murdered him,” the charges state. “He said the respondent revealed to him that his mom and different kin were at that point dead.”
As indicated by the records, Colin Haynie figured out how to verify the weapon, and a neighbor halted by unannounced to return something acquired. KSL said Colin Haynie requested that the neighbor drive the two to the emergency clinic. On the state, the reports state, CJ Haynie told the neighbor he’d slaughtered his family, inciting the neighbor to call 911.
Broadhead said Wednesday specialists had no clue about a thought process in the killings and that CJ Haynie had not been helpful with criminologists. Colin Haynie has not yet spoken with investigators possibly, he stated, including that he and a more established child — who was away at school when the shooting occurred — were “attempting to fold their heads over this horrendous occasion.”