Police in Troy, N.Y., arrested two people connecting to the slaying of four people, including two children, found dead in a basement apartment. Preliminary hearings for both will be held January 4th. "The rapid apprehension and arrest of two suspects in connection with this tragic crime is welcome news for our community and the victims' families impacted by this senseless tragedy", Troy Mayor Patrick Madden, a Democrat, said in a statement. Mann had been on parole. Police said Myers and Mells were in a relationship. Police announced two persons were being questioned late Friday and just after 2:00 a.m. Saturday announced two arrests.
The pair pleaded not guilty and were ordered held without bail at Rensselaer County Jail.
"After being in this business for nearly 42 years I can't describe the savagery of a person like this", Police Chief John Tedesco said this week as police searched for the killer.
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According to detectives, Shanta Myers, 36, two of her three children, 11 and 5, and her girlfriend Brandi Mells, 22, were found with their hands and ankles bound and their slit throats on Tuesday. He declined to say what kind of device. Police are now asking the public for any information they may have about the killings. "The emotions of a police officer are something you repress because there is a job to be done", Tedesco said, adding that no one involved in this case will ever forget it.
Tedesco thanked fellow cops and the public for giving them tips.
Abelove said their hearts and prayers go out to the victims and their families. "Something that they are trying to get their heads around.I can't say enough about the level of commitment and effort that law enforcement, some of who are here today have put into this case to get us where we are today".