Family: Mother Of 4 Killed By Homeless Man She Tried to Help

wkyc.com | Family of stabbing victims keep their faith – WKYC

ST. LOUIS COUNTY – In an exclusive interview with 5 On Your Side, the family of Malcolm Mathis II and III say they are devastated. The father and son were stabbed to death inside their Maryland Heights home Thursday night. Two other family members were seriously injured.

Mathis’s nephew Traveon Sims and his girlfriend Onyai Turner are now facing two counts of first-degree murder, among other charges.

On a wall all by itself inside the Mathis’s home, are pictures of Malcolm Mathis’s life.

“He was an awesome brother, an awesome uncle, awesome family member, awesome friend. That was Malcolm B,” said his sister Taleisha Watson.

They said that makes it that much harder that their son’s life was taken in such a gruesome way.

“Shock, disbelief, anger,” said Darlene Mathis. “Don’t take the next second for granted.”

Malcolm II, or as his family called him “B2”, was an IT Technician at Monsanto. He attended Kent State

Read more at: http://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/family-of-stabbing-victims-keep-their-faith/95-519988926

Family of stabbing victims keep their faith – WKYC

ST. LOUIS COUNTY – In an exclusive interview with 5 On Your Side, the family of Malcom Mathis II and III say they are devastated. The father and son were stabbed to death inside their Maryland Heights home Thursday night. Two other family members were seriously injured.

Mathis’s nephew Traveon Sims and his girlfriend Onyai Turner are now facing two counts of first-degree murder, among other charges.

On a wall all by itself inside the Mathis’s home, are pictures of Malcolm Mathis’s life.

“He was an awesome brother, an awesome uncle, awesome family member, awesome friend. That was Malcom B,” said his sister Taleisha Watson.

They said that makes it that much harder that their son’s life was taken in such a gruesome way.

“Shock, disbelief, anger,” said Darlene Mathis. “Don’t take the next second for granted.”

Malcom II, or as his family called him “B2”, was an IT Technician at Monsanto. In his spare time,

Read more at: http://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/family-of-stabbing-victims-keep-their-faith/95-519988926

ksdk.com | Family of stabbing victims keep their faith

ST. LOUIS COUNTY – In an exclusive interview with 5 On Your Side, the family of Malcom Mathis II and III say they are devastated. The father and son were stabbed to death inside their Maryland Heights home Thursday night. Two other family members were seriously injured.

Mathis’s nephew Traveon Sims and his girlfriend Onyai Turner are now facing two counts of first-degree murder, among other charges.

On a wall all by itself inside the Mathis’s home, are pictures of Malcolm Mathis’s life.

“He was an awesome brother, an awesome uncle, awesome family member, awesome friend. That was Malcom B,” said his sister Taleisha Watson.

They said that makes it that much harder that their son’s life was taken in such a gruesome way.

“Shock, disbelief, anger,” said Darlene Mathis. “Don’t take the next second for granted.”

Malcom II, or as his family called him “B2”, was an IT Technician at Monsanto. In his spare time,

Read more at: http://www.ksdk.com/article/news/local/family-of-stabbing-victims-keep-their-faith/63-519930576

Family of stabbing victims keep their faith

ST. LOUIS COUNTY – In an exclusive interview with 5 On Your Side, the family of Malcom Mathis II and III say they are devastated. The father and son were stabbed to death inside their Maryland Heights home Thursday night. Two other family members were seriously injured.

Mathis’s nephew Traveon Sims and his girlfriend Onyai Turner are now facing two counts of first-degree murder, among other charges.

On a wall all by itself inside the Mathis’s home, are pictures of Malcolm Mathis’s life.

“He was an awesome brother, an awesome uncle, awesome family member, awesome friend. That was Malcom B,” said his sister Taleisha Watson.

They said that makes it that much harder that their son’s life was taken in such a gruesome way.

“Shock, disbelief, anger,” said Darlene Mathis. “Don’t take the next second for granted.”

Malcom II, or as his family called him “B2”, was an IT Technician at Monsanto. In his spare time,

Read more at: http://www.ksdk.com/article/news/local/family-of-stabbing-victims-keep-their-faith/63-519930576

Police: 4 dead in Keego Harbor murder-suicide – Detroit News

Keego Harbor — A quiet residential street became a horrific crime scene Friday with news that four people — a couple and their adult children — died in what police are describing as a triple murder-suicide.

By late afternoon, some yellow police crime scene tape remained around the two-story wood frame bungalow in the 2300 block of Cass Lake Road where police were sent about 8:10 a.m. on a welfare check after a relative became worried about the family, Keego Harbor Police Chief John Fitzgerald said.

Triple murder-suicide shatters quiet of Keego Harbor

Keego Harbor — A quiet residential street became a horrific crime scene Friday with news that four people — a couple and their adult children — died in what police are describing as a triple murder-suicide.

By late afternoon, some yellow police crime scene tape remained around the two-story wood frame bungalow in the 2300 block of Cass Lake Road where police were sent about 8:10 a.m. on a welfare check after a relative became worried about the family, Keego Harbor Police Chief John Fitzgerald said.