Grandson arrested in double murder of elderly couple
Arrest warrants for three people have been obtained in connection with the double homicide of an elderly couple. One of the accused killers is the couple's grandson.Photo: Video by kgun9.com
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Arrest warrants for three people have been obtained in connection with the double homicide of an elderly couple.
Sgt. Maria Hawke with TPD tells KGUN9 that Kyle Drattlo, 20, Christopher Terry, 23 and Brianna Harding, 21 will be arrested on multiple charges including two counts of first degree murder. In a bizarre twist, 9OYS has learned Drattlo is the couple's grandson.
Police say the car belonging to the two victims of a double homicide was located Thursday in Tonopah, Nev. Drattlo, Terry and Harding were all found with the car and were detained by police in Nevada.
Hawke says Erskin Fulgham, 87, and Mary Fulgham, 84, were identified by police as the victim couple found as the result of double homicide.
Detectives have discovered that Mr. and Mrs. Fulgham's vehicle was not at the home when officers arrived.
The murders happened in a home in the 4600 block of East North Street near Grant and Swan.