Tuesday, September 8, 2015

2 Killer Son's......

Two seemingly evil brothers were arrested Saturday on charges of brutally beating their parents and trying to set their home on fire in Snellville, Ga., a suburb just outside of Atlanta.

Cameron Ervin, 17, and Christopher Ervin, 22, were arrested at their parent's home and each charged with two felony counts of aggravated assault and two counts of arson in the first degree, the report says. They are ineligible for bond.

The arrests came after the mother of the suspects, Yvonne Ervin, called 911 just before 8 a.m. to report that “her sons were trying to kill her and her husband,” Zachary, a Gwinnett County Police Sgt said.

“She told the 911 operator that the husband was distracting the sons and she was able to call,” Long said. “That is probably the life-saving move from this event.”

Police arrived at the home moments after the call and apprehended the suspects, the report says. Officers also detected a “strong odor of natural gas” inside the home, according to the local media. "The exact intention was unclear, but Long said the gas was 'part of the overall plan' allegedly devised by the Ervin brothers".

The father was discovered with stab wounds and bleeding heavily, and the mother was seriously injured, the report says. Both were transported to a nearby hospital.

The sons were booked on the charges at the Gwinnett County jail shortly after 12:30 p.m., the report says.

So far police have no motive in the brutal attacks. 



  1. It is always unthinkable that a child would do harm to a parent; or a parent to a child; or a sibling to a sibling but this is what is happening in the world, since time immemorial. About a year ago in the Bronx a young man killed his grandmother because she would not give him any money. The Menendez brothers killed their parents out in California. I believe that one of the reasons given by Eric (or his brother) was that the mother "smelled." I think that the Menendez brothers also wanted their parents' money. In this particular instance with the Ervin brothers--I don't have a clue and apparently the police don't have a motive, either. I do know that the Ervin family appears to be affluent, judging by the house, the property and the cars. Perhaps, money was a motive -- I don't know.

  2. I remember that story. But no matter what the motive, I believe that some people are just EVIL, plain and simple. You'd have to be evil to rationalize killing your parents.