Last updated at 3:45 pm: The full text has been revised with additional information.
Earlier Monday, six people were found dead in a house in Allen, which the police said was apparently a murder suicide.
The officer responded to the call regarding the welfare inspection in the 1500 block of Pine Bluff Drive at 1 am.
The police said the call came from a family friend who said someone committed suicide in the family.
When the police arrived, they found a family of six dead in the house.
The police did not disclose the identity of the deceased, but said they were two brothers, a sister, their parents, and a grandmother. The police said that the youngest was 1
The police said they believed the brothers were suspects.
Sgt said: “Apparently two brothers reached a suicide agreement and eventually took the whole family away.” Police spokesman Jon Felty (Jon Felty).
A social media account belonging to a 19-year-old who lives at home contains a link to a lengthy suicide record.
The police believe the incident occurred sometime on Saturday. They did not say how the family died.
The police said that the incident was controlled at home and there was no threat to the community.
Shawn Ahsan gathered on the street across from the house, and for most of Monday afternoon there were several members from the North Texas Bangladesh Association. Assan said that he has known the family for about 11 years and has a close relationship with his father.
He said: “He has two sons and a daughter, and he is proud of them.”
Assan said that he tried to call his father on Sunday and was a little worried when he didn’t hear the answer. He said that a friend called him on Monday morning and told him the news.
“I said,’You must be kidding me,'” he said. “Honestly, I couldn’t breathe for 20 minutes. I cried in the office.”
Karen Falla, who lives across the street, said she and her family are still dealing with what happened.
She said: “We went out to work in the yard yesterday. All six people have died. We don’t know.”
She said her family didn’t know the neighbors well, but her husband sometimes chatted with them while working in the yard. She said her daughter graduated from Allen High School last year and met two siblings.
“She said they were smart kids,” Farah said. “My sisters are really cute. They are smart kids. They perform well in school and are optimistic about their future.”
The next-door neighbor, Kevin Patel, 28, has lived nearby since 2016. He said he has only seen the family a few times.
He said he went home at about 7:30 on Monday morning and saw the police outside, but they did not say why he was there. His parents later showed him the news.
He said: “I didn’t believe this for the first time.” “Shocking”
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 24-hour crisis hotline: 1-800-273-8255. Confidential online chat is available on suicidepreventionlifeline.org.
Crisis text line: Send a text message to HOME to 741741 to provide 24-hour support. For more information, please visit crisistextline.org
North Texas Behavioral Health Administration: 24-hour crisis hotline: 1-866-260-8000 or visit ntbha.org
North Texas Suicide and Crisis Center: Contact a trained counselor through the 24-hour hotline 214-828-1000 or 800-273-8255, or visit sccenter.org
For the Texas Mental Health Navigation Line: Grant Halliburton Foundation program to connect North Texas with mental health resources tailored to each caller by calling 972-525-8181, or visit HereForTexas.com
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