Sioux City police are investigating the murders of seven people, in what authorities say is, by far, the deadliest day of crime in city history, and the worst in Iowa in nearly a century. A babysitter found the bodies of a mother & five children in a house last night, a half-hour after a man’s body was found at a seperate home. Police Chief Joe Frisbie says the crimes may not be related.The children ranged in age from five to 12. It’s not known how –or if– they’re related to man. He’s identified as 58-year-old Ronald Fish, who ran a Sioux City tire store. Chief Frisbie says the woman and children likely were killed in the last couple of days.Police are looking for a suspect for questioning — 23-year-old Adam Moss, who’s considered armed and dangerous. It’s the single worst day of bloodshed in Iowa since the never-solved 1912 ax murders in the town of Villisca that left eight people dead.
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