Crime: Joe and Arville

As Police Sergeant Jerome Jasinski recalled on the witness stand last week, the man was weeping when he entered Detroit's Second Precinct at 2:35 a.m. on May 8. "I want to turn myself in." "For what?" asked Jasinski. "For murder," the man said, as he displayed two handguns tucked in his waistband. "I just murdered my daughter and her hippie friends."

Only minutes before, Arville Garland had shot down his eldest child, Sandra, 17, and the three boys with her: Scott Kabran, 18, Gregory Walls, 17, and Anthony Brown, 16. He might have...

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