Hudsons family killer might have had an accompliceOctober 30th, 2008 - 3:02 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, October 30 (ANI): Police are looking at the possibility that an accomplice might have aided Jennifer Hudsons family killer drive from the crime scene.
Cops are speculating the idea that another person may have dumped the car, which contained the body of the singers seven-year-old nephew, Julian, outside a school soon after the slayings.
Investigators, who had been on the look out for Julian since he went missing from the Hudson residence after her mother and brother were found shot dead, had said the child was shot at many times.
The officials had taken prime suspect William Balfour, the estranged husband of the singer’’s sister, into custody though he has not been charged for the murders, reports Contactmusic.
According to the Chicago Tribune newspaper, witnesses had seen Balfour drive his Chrysler to the Hudsons” home though the car was later found by the police parked a mile away. (ANI)
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