They determined the deaths were a murder-suicide case, the SBI said in a statement this evening.
This is in agreement with the findings of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner which listed the manner of death for Charles Davis as suicide and homicide as the manner of death for Gladys Davis and Antonio Mills.
Littleton Police Department requested the SBI’s help after doing a welfare check at the Kirkland Street home.
The officers had to force entry into the house where they found the bodies of 75-year-old Charles Davis, his wife, Gladys Davis 76, and their grandson Antonio Mills, 41.
“The SBI did a thorough investigation into this tragic case,” said Special Agent in Charge Anthony Jernigan. “Evidence conclusively pointed to a murder-suicide. I appreciate the work done by the Littleton Police Department and the SBI agents from the Northeastern District Office.”