New Mexico teen accused of killing family ‘involved heavily’ with violent video games, sheriff says

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The New Mexico teenager accused of killing his parents and three younger  siblings was ‘involved heavily’ with violent video games prior the shooting, the  Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office said.

Nehemiah Griego, 15, who was ‘frustrated’ with his mother, was arrested  Saturday following the deadly shootings at his home in a rural area southwest of  Albuquerque where he lived with his family, Bernalillo County Sheriff Dan  Houston said.

The sheriff said Nehemiah Griego got excited when he had the chance to  discuss his penchant for violent video games with investigators. One of the  games he mentioned was “Modern Warfare,” Houston said.

The teen waived his right to arraignment in adult court Tuesday on charges of  murder and child abuse resulting in death, and a judge ordered him held without  bond. The case was assigned to public defender Jeff Buckels, who didn’t  immediately respond to a phone call seeking comment. Click here to continue reading.

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