Police arrest four in connection to quadruple homicide

(WISH Photo/ Teresa Mackin)
(WISH Photo/ Teresa Mackin)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Four people have been arrested in connection to the deaths of four people Thursday night on the south side of Indianapolis, officials with Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said.

Kenneth Rackemann, 24, Samantha Bradley, 20, Valencia Williams, 21, and Anthony Larussa, 26, were arrested Sunday morning and late Sunday night as part of what IMPD is calling a “very sensitive and complex investigation.” It’s unclear what charges they face, and police are withholding their photos.

Hayley Navarra, 21, Kristy Mae Sanchez, 22, Jacob Rodemich, 43, and Walter Burnell, 47, all of Indianapolis, were found dead Thursday. They all had gunshot wounds. They were found in a home in the 3400 block of South Parker Avenue.

IMPD officials said the two groups of four were associates. IMPD believes the suspects went to the home to rob the four victims of drugs and money. The money was from the sale of illegal narcotics. During the robbery, Navarra, Sanchez, Rodemich and Burnell were killed.

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