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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
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Topic - Sid Covington
The New Mexico teenager accused of fatally shooting his parents and three younger siblings had never been in trouble with the law, according to state officials.
A 15-year-old boy remained in custody Sunday night as detectives tried to piece together what led to the shootings of five people, including three children, who were found dead in a New Mexico home.
"Right now we're to the meticulous points of processing the scene and collecting physical evidence, and this is a vast scene with a lot of physical evidence," Lt. Sid Covington, a Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department spokesman, said Sunday.
"Right now, we're to the meticulous points of processing the scene and collecting physical evidence, and this is a vast scene with a lot of physical evidence," he said.