Dec 10, 2012 at 7:15 am
LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (KNSI) A man charged with second-degree murder for the shooting deaths of two teenagers in his rural Little Falls home had a surveillance system that recorded video of the kids as they broke into his home.
Sixty four year-old Byron Smith also had a digital audio recorder running when he shot the teenagers, and it recorded audio of the shootings. The St. Cloud Times reports those details are included in several search warrants that were executed by law enforcement in the days after Haile Kifer and Nick Brady were shot by Smith.
When law enforcement officers arrived at Smith's house the day after the killings, Smith appeared to have blood on his shoes and clothing.
A large amount of ammunition and firearms were taken from his home as evidence.
Smith is charged with two counts of second-degree murder, and remains in the Morrison County Jail.