Authorities have identified three people killed at a home in northwest Las Vegas this week as a troubled son who killed his parents before killing himself.
The Clark County coroner on Friday said the deaths of 69-year-old Arthur Wulf and 66-year-old Jan Morgan-Wulf were homicides, and the shooting death of 36-year-old Aaron Wulf was a suicide.
Police reported finding the three dead Wednesday at a home in a gated community in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas.
Wulf sent a suicide note in the form of a 585-page manifesto to 8 News NOW before he committed the crimes. Wulf said he reached out for help, but no one would listen.
"Some things deep inside that I've been trying for 35 years; I have been trying to have someone take seriously," Wulf said on a voice recording.
But here's the question: Could warning signs have stopped Wulf from killing his parents?
8 News NOW Reporter Mauricio Marin spoke with a counselor for the answer... Read More