Kinney said a chaplain will be sent out to help neighbors of the victims and grief counselors will be made available to the officers who responded to the scene, as well as the Washington Unified School District, Kinney said.'The officers are absolutely impacted, along with the firefighters, and certainly the family, the neighbors,' he said.Mary was looking in the mirror and suddenly saw the reflection of a scary masked guy standing behind her.
Irene Aiello of West Sacramento says the couple had been married more than a dozen years.
Pictured are 11-year-old Kelvin Hodges, nine-year-old Julie Hodges, and Lucas Hodges, who was nearly eight months The children's mother witnessed the crime, and police say she is a victim of domestic violence.
Though she didn't have to go to the hospital, Mai's injuries were severe enough to warrant an attempted murder charge Mai Hodges' sister, Lyang Xvang, said the family was not aware of any problems between the couple.'They love each other very much,' Xvang said.
Police have still not offered a movie for the slayings, but a neighbor told CBS Sacramento that she watched the 32-year-old leave the family apartment just before being arrested, saying he looked 'content.''He seemed content. He is being held on suspicion of three counts of murder in the slayings of 11-year-old Kelvin Hodges, nine-year-old Julie Hodges, and Lucas Hodges, who was nearly eight months.
Their mother, Mai Hodges, is said to have been in close proximity of their murders, but did not witness them, according to police.