KANSAS CITY (Reuters) - A Missouri man was arraigned on Monday on charges of murdering three people found dead inside a rural home.
Morris A. McCabe, 51, of Lebanon, Mo., was charged with three counts each of first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the deaths of Donald E. Young, 45, Donald Q. Myers, 53, and Sally A. Amos, 46, all of Stoutland, Mo.
The victims were found slain Friday morning in a house outside of Stoutland, according to Camden County Sheriff Dwight Franklin. A neighbor stopped by, knocked on the door and then looked in the window. He saw one of the victims slumped over a table, the sheriff said in a news release.
Officers arrested McCabe Saturday night in Lebanon. Results of autopsies to determine the cause of the deaths is pending. No motives in the killings have been disclosed.
(Writing by Kevin Murphy, Editing by Greg McCune)