A Northern California man has been arrested on suspicion of killing four people after he showed up at a police station with a body in his car.
Authorities in Mt. Shasta say the man walked into the lobby of the police department Monday afternoon and told officers he had killed four people at his apartment in Roseville, more than 200 miles away.
One of the possible victims was located in his car, police say. Roseville police went to the suspect’s apartment and found three more.
Police say it appears the man knew the victims and don’t believe there’s any ongoing threat to the community.
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The names of the suspect in custody and the victims haven’t been released. Search warrants are being obtained for both scenes in Roseville and Mt. Shasta.
The Roseville Police Department is leading investigation and haven’t provided any details on the killings.
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