Here we are talking about Authorities Suspect a Guy Killed Himself in Buffalo Grove After Fatally Murdering His Wife Children and RelativesAccording to sources speaking to Lake and McHenry County Scanner, a man is said to have killed himself after fatally stabbing his wife, two young children, and a relative in their shared Buffalo Grove home.
At a press conference on Thursday, Buffalo Grove Police Chief Brian Budds said that on Wednesday at 11:12 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 2800 block of Acacia Terrace in Buffalo Grove.
A coworker of an adult female called the police to ask them to check on her welfare while she was at a house, according to Budds. When the police came, they were unable to speak to anyone who was inside the house.
Officers made the decision to break down the door and search the house after forcing access. Five dead persons were discovered there by the police, according to Budds.
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The five were identified as Lilia Kisliak, age 67; Andrei Kisliak, age 39; Vera Kisliak, age 36; Vivian Kisliak, age 6; and Amilia Kisliak, age 4. Banek acknowledged to Lake and McHenry County Scanner that Vera and Andrei Kisliak were the parents of the two kids.
Lilia Kisliak’s relationship with the rest of the family was unknown, but neighbors claimed she was the grandchildren. They had autopsies on Thursday, and preliminary findings indicated that they died from blunt force trauma, according to Banek.
According to sources, Andrei Kisliak’s death was thought to be a suicide on Thursday, according to Lake and McHenry County Scanner. According to the sources, the four further people were thought to have been stabbed to death and then killed.
Police officials have continued to stress that there is “no threat to the community” despite the fact that they have not officially acknowledged that the incident was a murder-suicide.
“Our deepest sympathies are extended to the families of the victims of this awful occurrence on behalf of the officers and personnel of the Buffalo Grove Police Department as well as the entire Village board and staff.
As we continue to comprehend this unfathomable occurrence, today is a very sad day for our community,” Budds added. Budds stated that there were no survivors inside the house and that the incident was “devasting and traumatic” for the responding cops.
Also discovered deceased inside the house was a household pet. According to court documents, a bank filed for foreclosure against Andrei Kisliak and Vera Kisliak in Lake County Circuit Court earlier this month.
According to court documents, the couple filed for divorce in July, and in September, the wife was given a court order of protection against her husband.
Later, Andrei Kisliak was detained on suspicion of disobeying that restraining order. The current investigation is receiving assistance from the Lake County Major Crime Task Force.
According to a neighbor, “We would see the kids playing around,” according to WGN. “They would host gatherings of friends and relatives. Nothing too unusual happened, so it came as a huge shock to have all of this happen, especially now, the neighbor stated.
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