14-Year Old Boy Calls 911 After His Entire Family Is Murdered…Then Confesses

It's always a shocking event when tragedy strikes in a small town. Elkmont, Alabama is now experiencing this sudden shocker.

A 14-year old boy called into 911 to report that he heard gunshots upstairs in his home. He then informed the 911 operator that his family was dead. But then the story takes a turn for the worse. The boy then confessed to the police that it was actually him who shot his family, killing his father, his stepmother and his 3 siblings.

The handgun used in the shooting was reportedly recovered by police alongside a road nearby.

The Limestone County Sheriff’s office said that they still haven't discovered the motive behind the murders.

WAFF 48 News reports,

Huntsville City Schools confirms that Mary Sisk was a teacher at Mountain Gap Middle School. In a statement, school spokesman Keith Ward said, “We are heartbroken to learn of the tragedy involving one of our teachers, Mary Sisk, and her family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Sisk family and we ask everyone to remember them during this difficult time. The district will help Mountain Gap Middle School this week with additional counselors and other resources for any students and staff who need support during this time.”

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Posted by WAFF 48 News on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Here's proof that gun control measures that liberals want to impose would have prevented this incident, because the weapon which was used in the murders was illegally obtained.

The Limestone County Sheriff's Department tweeted,

UPDATE: The two subjects in critical condition have died. The 14-year old caller was interviewed and confessed to shooting all five members of his family in the residence. He is currently assisting investigators in locating the weapon, a 9mm handgun that he said he tossed nearby.

Elkmont High School, released a statement to Twitter.

“Please be in prayer for our school and community,” the statement reads. “We will have extra counselors at school today.”