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27 February 2019, 12:43 | Tara Lloyd
Mother, daughter arrested after five relatives found dead in apartment
A mother and daughter have been arrested after five members of the same family, including three children, were found dead at an apartment in Pennsylvania.
According to the court documents, police uncovered a gruesome scene in a backroom in the apartment - one person's body was resting on a bed, with his head toward the end and his right foot through the wall to the next room.
Shana S. Decree, 45, and Dominique Decree, 19, were charged with five counts of homicide and one count each of conspiracy after Bucks County child welfare officials showed up unannounced and got no response when they knocked on the door of the suburban Philadelphia apartment.
There were also five bodies: those of Shana Decree's children, Naa'Irah Smith, 25, and Damon Decree Jr., 13; her sister, Jamilla Campbell, 42; and Campbell's 9-year-old twin girls, Imani and Erika Allen.
Shana said she killed one of the children, that Campbell killed another one of the children and then killed Naa'Irah, and that she and Dominique both killed another one of the children before Dominique killed Campbell. Her daughter, Dominique, is expected to be arraigned later in the day.
Shana allegedly told investigators that "everyone of the apartment including the 9-year-olds and 13-year-olds wanted to die and that everyone was talking about suicide", Philly.com reported, citing a probable cause affidavit. When questioned in the hospital, the two first denied knowing what happened.
Dominique, who had noticeable injuries to her neck, later told police that some of the victims had been strangled to death.
Miller found two people inside disoriented and the apartment "in disarray" and called the police. After being told her mother identified who was responsible for the deaths, she also blamed Campbell's boyfriend and two other black males.
"This is a awful tragedy". They said he was not considered a suspect in the murders.
They have not yet entered pleas and attorney information was not immediately available.
Police were looking for the 17-year-old son of Jamilla Campbell to confirm he was alive and officers found him in New Jersey early Tuesday.
Investigators remove bags from the crime scene at the Robert Morris Apartments in Morrisville, Pa., on February 26, 2019.
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The Bucks County District Attorney's Office said in a statement that Shana Decree was arraigned and is being held in custody.
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