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Suspect in Triple Homicide Investigation Confesses He Shot Victim

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Miranda was charged with first-degree murder. Miranda was charged with first-degree murder.
BENTON COUNTY, WA- Court documents showed 23-year-old Francisco Resendez Miranda confessed to his supervisors that he shot David Perez Saucedo, one of the triple homicide victims.

Miranda confessed to his two supervisors at Wykoff Farms that he shot Saucedo.  He confessed the next day after the supervisors asked him what happened.

Investigators said the supervisors knew there were problems between Miranda and Saucedo and they also knew Miranda was armed with a gun at that time.

Miranda has been charged with first-degree murder and is in custody in Umatilla County. His bail is set at one-million dollars.

Investigators are still looking for other possible suspects connected to the deaths of Victoria Torres and Abigail Torres.
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