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okoye35chiefs 01-22-2013 11:51 AM

New Mexico boy accused of killing family then planned to kill more
 
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — After killing his parents and three younger siblings at home, 15-year-old Nehemiah Griego reloaded an assault rifle and a .22-caliber rifle and planned to go somewhere "populated" and randomly shoot more people until he could be killed in a shootout with law enforcement, authorities said.

The teen also sent a picture of his dead mother to his girlfriend, and met her and her grandmother at the church where his father used to work, according to charging documents.

It wasn't immediately clear if that contact avoided further bloodshed. But a statement of probable cause says Griego spent time at the church, first talking to his girlfriend and her grandmother and then meeting with the church pastor and a security guard.

Church officials called authorities, and Griego initially told arriving officers he had come home Saturday morning after spending time at a friend's house to discover his family dead.

The teen later confessed to shooting his mother because he "had anger issues" and was annoyed with her, the charging document said. He said he killed his siblings after they woke up and became upset, then grabbed his parents' assault rifle and waited in the downstairs bathroom to ambush his father.

After killing his father, Griego said he reloaded the guns so "he could drive to a populated area to murder more people," according to the statement.

His plan, the statement said, was to "shoot people at random and eventually be killed while exchanging gunfire with law enforcement."

"There's no other way to say it, except that we have a horrific crime scene down there that we are working on," Bernalillo County Sheriff Dan Houston said Sunday.

The detectives had finished their work at the home by Monday afternoon. The metal gate at the home's entrance was shut, a small bouquet of purple flowers was on the top of the gate, and at each side there were religious signs, including one that read "Jesus is the reason for the season."

The sheriff's office identified the victims as Greg Griego, 51, his wife, Sarah Griego, 40, and three of their children: a 9-year-old boy, Zephania Griego, and daughters Jael Griego, 5, and Angelina Griego, 2. All appeared to have gunshot wounds to the head.

The teen allegedly told the detective that he took a .22-caliber rifle from his parents' closet around midnight Saturday and shot his mother in the head while his younger brother slept next to her.

Griego told the detective that his brother woke up but did not believe him that their mother was dead, so he showed his mother's bloody face to his brother and then shot him, according to the statement.

The teen is accused of then shooting his two young sisters after they began crying in their room, and retrieving a military-style semi-automatic rifle from his parents' closet and waiting in a downstairs bathroom for his father to come home. The statement said he shot his father multiple times after he passed the bathroom doorway.

Greg Griego was a pastor who had once served at Calvary, one of Albuquerque's largest Christian churches. He also was well-known throughout the law enforcement community for his work as a voluntary chaplain.

Sheriff's Deputy Aaron Williamson confirmed there was no history of any emergency calls to the home in the recent past.

According to the probable cause statement, Nehemiah Griego first told a staff member at Calvary that his family was dead and that he placed the two rifles in the family van as protection before driving to the church. He later changed his story, according to the detective's statement.

Asked if he had said anything to anyone else about killing his family, Griego allegedly told the detective that he had taken a picture of his dead mother and sent it to his girlfriend

Dicky McElephant 01-22-2013 11:52 AM

What's with the ****ing grey text?

Predarat 01-22-2013 11:53 AM

Horrible story gubbment needs to ban families.

okoye35chiefs 01-22-2013 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Pestilence (Post 9341279)
What's with the ****ing grey text?

sorry..fixed it

Chiefburger 01-22-2013 12:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Predarat (Post 9341283)
Horrible story gubbment needs to ban families.

Your an idiot. Suck on the barrel of a family.

WV 01-22-2013 12:04 PM

Gotta love the spin on the article. They barely mention the assault rifle wasn't used at the end, but let's make sure to point it out multiple times so our article gets lumped in with all the other scary assault weapon ones.

Horrible event and obviously a disturbed kid.

okoye35chiefs 01-22-2013 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by WV (Post 9341313)
Gotta love the spin on the article. They barely mention the assault rifle wasn't used at the end, but let's make sure to point it out multiple times so our article gets lumped in with all the other scary assault weapon ones.

Horrible event and obviously a disturbed kid.

this

not trying to drum up gun law debate just posting a horrible story

Deberg_1990 01-22-2013 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Predarat (Post 9341283)
Horrible story gubbment needs to ban families.

This^

Teens birthday party ends in murder suicide




A daughter's 16th birthday party turned into a nightmare in Grapevine when it ended with the murder-suicide of her parents.

It happened outside the front door of Kristi Suckla's parents' house in the 3000 block of Creekview Drive late Saturday.

The 44-year-old moved there with her teenaged son and daughter. Grapevine police say husband Kelly Suckla, 43, came over to the house Saturday night for their 16-year-old daughter's birthday.

An argument broke out. Investigators said shots broke out. Suckla shot and killed his estranged wife with a handgun, then himself. The children and grandparents were inside the home and were not physically hurt.



http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Est...187664701.html

LoneWolf 01-22-2013 12:12 PM

The guns should have been locked up where the obviously disturbed young man couldn't get them. That should be standard procedure if you have young children at home.

CoMoChief 01-22-2013 12:15 PM

I bet this was some devil worshiping gothic little shithead that was never disciplined at home.

Sweet Daddy Hate 01-22-2013 12:20 PM

Albuquerque is ****ing crime central. It's bad out here.

Sweet Daddy Hate 01-22-2013 12:21 PM

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Originally Posted by CoMoChief (Post 9341347)
I bet this was some devil worshiping gothic little shithead that was never disciplined at home.

Nope WAY WRONG. His dad worked at a homeless shelter, volunteered at the local jail, and ran a halfway house out of his home. He was a former gang member who straightened out. That kid probably got his little ass beat plenty.

Guru 01-22-2013 12:22 PM

When I first saw this thread title, I read it as Ron Mexico.

Scorp 01-22-2013 12:23 PM

Funny how "assault rifle" so loosely rolls off every reporters tongue.

Sweet Daddy Hate 01-22-2013 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Guru (Post 9341377)
When I first saw this thread title, I read it as Ron Mexico.

I know Ron Mexico. He's a real bag o' dicks, that fella.


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