5 Family Members Found Dead in Illinois House; Cops Suspect Murder-suicide

5 Family Members Found Dead in Illinois House; Cops Suspect Murder-suicide

In this tale, suicide is covered. Please call the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-TALK if you or someone you know is contemplating suicide (8255). Police in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, suspect a husband and father of two children of shooting four members of the family inside their house last week before turning the gun on himself.

The five family members were discovered dead with “sharp force injuries” in what Buffalo Grove police chief Brian Budds described as a “domestic-related event.”

According to the most recent report, Andrei Kislak, 39, killed his family, according to evidence found at the site, information from investigators, and an investigation by the Lake County Corner. They allege that he murdered his mother, 67-year-old Lilia Kisliak, his wife, 36-year-old Vera Kisliak, and their two kids, Amilia and Vivian Kisliak.

According to police, a dead animal was also discovered inside the house. According to Fox Chicago, Vera Kisliak requested protection orders in August and September and filed for divorce in July. According to Budds, Vera Kisliak’s coworker called the police on Wednesday, which is how all five members of the family were located.

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 Budds failed to respond to neighbors’ claims that the police had visited the Kisliak residence recently. According to a neighborhood citizen, she complained to the police in August about Andrei Kisliak’s treatment of the kids. The crime is still being investigated, according to the police.