ARLINGTON, Mass. (AP) - Authorities are awaiting the results of autopsies before announcing the cause of death for a husband and wife and their infant twin sons, whose bodies were found in their home outside Boston.
Mei Kum Jones, her husband, Scott Jones, and their sons, Colt and Cameron, were found dead Monday in their Arlington home after police were asked to check on them. Both parents were 43. The twins would have turned a year old next week.
A spokeswoman for Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said Tuesday that the killings were an isolated incident and that authorities were not looking for any suspects.
A relative said the couple was having marital problems.