The Laurens man accused of shooting his parents to death last month has been indicted by an Otsego County Grand Jury.
Kevin Perry, 23, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of second-degree murder. He’s accused of shooting his parents, 59-year-old Timothy Perry and 52-year-old Solveig Perry, at their home on New Road the night of Dec. 12.
On that night, Kevin Perry’s sister, Rebecca Perry, says she arrived home to find her parents dead in their home. Kevin Perry was not home at that time, and a “be on the lookout” notice was issued for a car that was missing from the scene.
Police say Perry was later found driving that vehicle on Interstate 88 in Schoharie County, and a police pursuit ensued, ending when Perry crashed his car.
Perry is currently being held at the Otsego County Jail without bail. According to the Otsego County District Attorney’s Office, he’s scheduled to be arraigned on Friday, Feb. 2.
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