Woman killed in Troy quadruple homicide attended West Genesee High School

Both of the accused are scheduled to be arraigned at 8:30 a.m. Saturday in Troy City Court, according to Captain Dan DeWolf of the Troy Police Department.

Police said that two women living together as partners, aged 36 and 22, and the older woman's two children, an 11-year-old boy and a 5-year-old girl, were killed in a "savage" attack. She says she last spoke with her sister last week.

Tedesco said no more arrests are expected. The victims were found Tuesday in the basement apartment of their Troy, N.Y. home.

Police said they have not made any arrests in the case.

Troy police Chief John Tedesco had assured the public there was no imminent danger because it appeared the murders were not a random act and the victims may have been targeted for undisclosed reasons.

Police said they relied on technology to help them determine the day of the killings, and investigators are still combing through video, cellphones and cell tower data.

City Councilman Mark McGrath said: "I have strong confidence in the Troy detectives and state police that they're zeroing in on someone as we speak".

The Rev. Jackie Robinson is a member of the African American Pastoral Alliance in Troy. "Until we find out, it certainly makes sense to be vigilant and keep your doors locked". Shanise Myers, 5 years old.

"A grown woman in a little body".

Jeremiah, the family said, dreamed of playing for the Boston Celtics.

He said the bodies were discovered by a property manager who was asked to check on their welfare. "It will be deeply felt by all his friends at the Club and throughout the community".

One of the four people found dead in a Troy basement earlier this week was a former West Genesee High School student, superintendent Chris Brown confirms to NewsChannel 9.

"Our hearts are broken and our thoughts and deepest condolences are with their family and loved ones during this terribly troubling time", Carmello wrote. Herman Wong is a deputy editor on the general assignment news desk for The Washington Post.