A 22-year-old Connecticut woman was covered in blood at the scene of the murder of two people – including her grandmother.
Now, Harlee Swols is being held on $1 million bond in connection to the double homicide.
On Aug. 8, officers from the Enfield Police Department in Connecticut responded to an apartment after someone heard one of the occupants calling for help, according to arrest warrants obtained by WFSB.
Officers saw a staircase leading to the second floor and a window was smashed on the porch.
When officers went to the apartment, they saw a woman lying face down in a pool of blood, according to the report. But the victim was still breathing.
The cops tried to kick in the door, and that is when Swols came into the room. She was covered in blood and water and officers could hear a shower running. They ordered with guns drawn for Swols to get on the ground. Officers then kicked in the door, so they could check on the victim.
Officers found a second victim, a man, face down on his knees in the bedroom, according to the report. The man had a large cut to his neck and stab wounds on his arms and back. Authorities determined the suspect was dead.
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Police tried to provide for the woman, but she did not have a pulse, the reports noted. The victim also had a large cut to the neck area.
The woman was taken to the hospital, where she as pronounced dead.
Officials identified the victims as 63-year-old James Samuel Bell and72-year-old Maryrose Riach. Swols was Riach’s granddaughter.
Swols had tears in her jeans and had wounds to both hands, according to the report. She was not questioned, but police say Swols showed no emotion when they spoke to her.
There was active protective order from the victims against Swols. The order required her not the harass the victims and stay away from their home. Police have not said what led to the issuance of the order.
Swols was charged with violating the order as police continued to investigate the double murder.
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