Nayah Peters nayahpeters

Nayah was a beautiful 1year old girl that lived in Kenner, La. She lived with her two sisters her mother and her dad. Nayah died when her mother selfishly took her life along with her two sisters before killing herself. Their dad come home to find them lying on the bed with their mother on top of them. They had all been shot. It was thought that her mother killed her and her sisters because they were going to loose their house.

 

KAYLA, NAYAH & NYLA PETERS-12 yo, 1 yo & 6 Months - Kenner/ New Orleans LA
by TomTerrific0420 on Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:40 pm

.A woman from Kenner, La., a suburb near New Orleans, was found dead
inside her home by her husband Tuesday, lying atop the bodies of her
three children, all of whom had died from apparent gunshot wounds,
reports CBS affiliate WWL-TV. The
husband told police he had just come home from work when he discovered
the bodies. No charges have been filed. Police have not ruled out the
possibility that it was a murder-suicide. The victims in
the shooting were identified as: Nadia Braxton, 29; Kayla Peters, 12; a
1-year-old child, Nayah Peters and a 6-month-old, Nyla Peters, WWL
reports. Kenner Police Chief Steve Caraway said the when
the husband got home and "didn't hear anything, he eventually walked
upstairs and found them, all of the kids, lying in the bed." The
mother suffered a gunshot wound to her forehead, Caraway said. The
1-year-old and the 6-month-old also both suffered gunshot wounds to the
forehead. The Kenner Police Department hasn't released information about
how the 12-year-old was killed. The woman was struggling to pay the mortgage on her home, which she bought just before Hurricane Katrina, The Times-Picayune reports. The
property was first seized by the Sheriff's Office in January of 2010
for failure to make mortgage payments, The Times-Picayune reports.
Braxton's case was dismissed a few months later when she brought her
payments up to date, only to have the Sheriff's Office seize the
property again for non-payments in December of last year.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/07/12/national/main20078977.shtml

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