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    Consuelo Alejandra (52), Maylan (12), Alexis (15) & Matthew Haynie (14) were shot and killed by Colin Jeffrey CJ Haynie (16)

    The first mass shooting in the country this year was allegedly carried out by a 16-year-old, who skipped school to kill each of his family members as they returned home, prosecutors said.

    Colin Jeffrey "CJ" Haynie is being charged as an adult for killing his mother and his three siblings as well as for the attempted killing of his father, said Tooele County Attorney Scott Broadhead.

    Authorities were able to gather details about the incident that shocked the Grantsville, Utah, community through witness interviews and his father's statements.

    "The defendant stated that he had killed his mother first at about 1 p.m. He then stated that he killed the others as they returned home," said Broadhead at a press conference on Wednesday.

    Consuelo Alejandra Haynie picked up her 12-year-old daughter Maylan from school that day and were gunned down when they walked inside the house. The 52-year-old mom's son allegedly used a handgun to shoot them in the head, necks and/or upper bodies, Broadhead said.

    An hour passed as Colin Haynie sat in their home when 15-year-old Alexis came home from school. Officials said he shot his sister in the head and upper body between 2 p.m. and 5:17 p.m. when 14-year-old Matthew arrived at the house.

    Colin Haynie allegedly killed his younger brother execution style with a single bullet to the head, the prosecutor said.

    His father was shot in the leg when he returned home around 6:15 p.m. before struggling with his son and ripping the gun out of his hands, prosecutors said.

    Colin Haynie told investigators at the hospital that his son allegedly told him that "his mother and other siblings were dead and that his intention was to kill everyone in the house except himself."

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    Teen 'methodically' shot four family members (Consuelo Alejandra Haynie, 52), (Milan Haynie, 12), (Alexis Haynie, 15), (Mathew Haynie, 14) dead over five hours

    A Utah teenager ?methodically? murdered his mom and three siblings ? only getting stopped when his dad wrestled away the gun when he tried to kill him, too, according to prosecutors, who revealed disturbing new details this week about the five-hour bloodbath.

    Colin ?CJ? Haynie, 16, is being charged as an adult for the murders of his mother, brother and two sisters at their home in the small town of Grantsville, west of Salt Lake City.

    ?This is something that methodically happened over a five-hour period,? Tooele County Attorney Scott Broadhead said at a news conference Wednesday.

    ?This wasn?t a one-moment snap,? he stressed, saying the boy confirmed the killings last Friday before he stopped talking to investigators.

    ?We all have the same question: Why?? Broadhead said.

    Each family member was shot shortly after entering the home Friday, Broadhead said.

    Mom Consuelo Alejandra Haynie, 52, was first to be killed alongside 12-year-old daughter Milan, before 15-year-old Alexis was shot as she returned home about an hour later. The suspect?s 14-year-old brother, Matthew, was killed by a single gunshot to the head when he came home in the early evening, prosecutors said.

    Dad Colin Haynie, 50, was the last to come home, and managed to wrestle a handgun from his son after getting shot in the leg, prosecutors said in court documents.

    There was also a fifth child seemingly not involved in the killing spree, according to an obituary for Alejandra Haynie and the children.

    ?CJ? Haynie was charged with four counts of aggravated murder, one count of attempted aggravated murder and five counts of felony discharge of a firearm.

    The teenager is scheduled to make his initial court appearance Monday.

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