Apparently, Jerome Kowalski, the 61-year-old man charged with killing his brother Richard and his sister-in-law Brenda, was mentioned in a 911 call that was released to the public.
Here's the details of a WDIV piece that came out today:
DETROIT -- The terror of a son finding his parents dead inside their Oceola Township home is captured in a recently released 911 call.
"Oh my God. What? No. This can't be happening," the couple's son told a 911 operator as he called to report the killing of his parents.
The son of Brenda, 58, and Richard Kowalski, 65, found them shot to death in the kitchen of their home of 20 years on the 5400 block of Lyngre two weeks ago.
'I cannot believe this,' he said in dismay. He repeatedly said they're good people, as he tried to make sense of the situation.
'My dad still has an ink pen stuck in his fingers, like he was writing something. I can't believe this,' he said.
While waiting for the police to arrive, the Kowalskis' son confided in the operator about his family's recent loss of his grandmother a few weeks ago.
After a long pause and sudden realization, he said, 'I wonder if my uncle and him got into a dispute over my grandmother's estate. I bet you my uncle did this.'
Nearly a week later, Livingston County police announced the arrest of Richard Kowalski's brother, Jerome Kowalski of Warren.
The motive for the double slaying was money, said investigators. Jerome was upset that his recently deceased mother left Richard and Brenda Kowalski her inheritance and that he thought by killing them, he would receive the money, police said.
Jerome Kowalski was charged at the 53rd District Court with two counts of open murder and felony firearms in the double shooting of his brother, Richard Kowalski, and his wife, Brenda.
Jerome Kowalski's preliminary exam was scheduled Tuesday, but was adjourned to May 22 at 10 a.m.
If Jerome Kowalski is found guilty, he could face two life sentences in prison.