Police said a man accused of shooting and killing his grandparents and uncle at a home in rural Allen County, KY, was arrested on Monday in Colorado.
Edward Siddens, 28, is accused of killing his grandparents, Jimmy Neal Siddens, 73, and Helen Siddens, 72, and his uncle, Jimmy Neal Siddens II, 41. Authorities do not know when the shooting happened.
According to a complaint warrant, the victims' bodies were found at 10:23 a.m. at a home at 1139 Ray Pardue Road.
All three victims had multiple gunshot wounds, according to the warrant.
Police discovered a silver 2004 Ford F-250 was registered to Jimmy Neal Siddens was missing.
While police were interviewing Shelley Siddens, Edward Siddens' mother, she said she believed her son murdered her parents and brother. She also told authorities that several firearms were missing from her home.
According to the warrant, Helen Siddens had a protection order against Edward Siddens.
Investigators discovered that Jimmy Neal Siddens' bank card was used on Monday in Iowa. Investigators later received a ping from Edward Siddens' cell phone from Colorado.
The F-250 was located in Sedgwick, CO, located in northeast Colorado, around 4:20 p.m. MT. The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office located the truck and took Edward Siddens into custody after a short low-speed pursuit.
A deputy with the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office said multiple firearms were in plain view when Edward Siddens was arrested.
According to the warrant, Deputy Carlton Britton said Edward Siddens said "the owner of the vehicle is no longer with us" spontaneously when he was arrested.
Siddens is being charged with three counts of murder, theft by unlawful taking and violation of Kentucky emergency protective order/domestic violence order. Extradition is pending.
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