Six rifles, such as AR-15 and AK-47 versions, ammunition, and high-capacity drum publications were captured
A Minnesota guy was charged with second-degree murder after he allegedly shot and killed his sister that weekend at Chanhassen, based on charges filed Tuesday at Carver County District Court.
Joseph Thomas Ness, 21, is accused of shooting hundreds of rounds within the house, which he shared with his senior sister, Noelle Ness, 25, and their own parents, a criminal complaint said.
Carver County deputies were dispatched to 3732 Landings Drive about 2:20 p.m. Saturday seeing a fire alert, in line with the criticism . Minutes after, sending a call that a fire occurred at the house.
Approximately 3 pm, yet another neighbor called 911, saying that a man, named as Joseph Ness, walked on her house and said:"Please allow me to. I want your help. I want you to phone the police for me. I only killed my sister. I would like to surrender peacefully.
His sister was declared dead at the scene.
According to the complaint, deputies entered the house and discovered countless spent gun casings, bullet holes in walls, and several windows shattered by gunfire.
Researchers believe he shot out of his bedroom to his sister's room throughout the hallway and at closer range, the complaint stated. Twelve spent gun casings were found close to her bed.
Throughout a subsequent search warrant, police captured six rifles, such as AR-15 and AK-47 variations, ammunition, and high-capacity drum publications, according to the complaint.
A rationale is uncertain at this moment.
Chanhassen is approximately 20 miles south of Minneapolis.