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Mexico finds son in deaths of ex-NFL player, Wife Wanted




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The son of a former NFL player and his wife, found dead in their home, was arrested following a manhunt in Mexico. Dylan Bennett called a sheriff in Minnesota on Saturday to report to the FBI, reports ABC. But before the sheriff could inform anyone, the Mexican authorities detained Bennett in a hotel room in Cancun. Next, he is transferred to Minnesota. The body of 63-year-old Barry Bennett, who served as defense officer for eleven seasons in the NFL, was found in the lobby of the family home in Long Prairie on Wednesday. He had been shot in the head and in the upper body according to the police. The body of Carol Bennett, 66, was found on the kitchen floor; She had been shot in the back and upper body. Autopsies indicated that they were killed Monday.

The 22-year-old is charged with second-degree murder according to the Star Tribune . He has no criminal record. Barry Bennett had told the sheriff's department in December that his son had said he'd thought about killing his parents while he was in a mental institution, according to court records. He lived with his parents at the time of the murders. Friends said that the Bennetts raised four children and then adopted two young brothers with a restless background, according to the Star Tribune . Dylan was her youngest child. "You have to be quite motivated by love, care and compassion for children," said a friend of the family. "They tried to save a few lives." (More duplicate murder stories.)

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