Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement

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Lesbian Couple,  Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement

The lesbians couple and two kids who were bound and had their throats slashed in upstate New York home outside of Albany have been identified.

Shanta Myers, 36, and her 22-year-old lover,  Brandi Mells, were found dead inside the apartment where they had been living in Troy,  outside Albany

Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
Shanta Myers and her lover Brandi Mells, 22, we’re found dead in upstate New York apartment
Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
Brandi Mells, 22, was found dead alongside the Myers’ family
Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
Shanise Myers, 5, was found dead alongside her family
Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
Jeremiah Myers, 11, was found dead alongside his family

The bodies of Myers’ two children, Shanise Myers,  5, and Jeremiah Myers,  11, were also discovered inside the home.

Myers had another son but he wasn’t available at the time of the grisly murders.

Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
Troy Police Chief James Tedesco described the murders as an act of ‘savagery’
Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
The Myers’ home where the gruesome murders took place. Police are investigating as a quadruple homicide

Police Chief James Tedesco described the slayings as an act of “savagery.”

“After being in this business for nearly 42 years, I can say I have not seen savagery like this,” the Troy Record reported the local police chief as saying. “Only a person of savagery would do something like this.”

He was speaking after the four were found murdered inside a basement apartment the day after Christmas (Boxing Day).

Lesbian Couple, Two Kids Brutally Murdered In New York Basement
Shanta Myers and her two children, Shanise and Jeremiah. She was described as ‘hardworking ‘

A property manager found the bodies on Tuesday after being asked to check on the welfare of the residents of the 158 2nd Ave apartment, one of five in a house located in the city’s Lansingburgh section along the Hudson River just north of Albany, police said.

This wasn’t a random act.  The police are yet to establish when the slaying occurred but hoped that the autopsies conducted provides the needed information.

Investigators still remain at the scene and justice would definitely be gotten for the slain family.

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