Suspect In Sacramento Triple Homicide Identified

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Authorities have identified a man suspected in the homicide of a Sacramento pastor and her grandsons.

Sacramento police say 52-year-old Jerod Watson is suspected in the killings of Christine Lucas, Marquise Brown and James Ferrell. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Investigators do not know where Watson may be and suspect he could have left the state.

Watson’s was an ex-boyfriend of the mother of Brown and Ferrell, investigators say.

Authorities warn Watson is considered armed and extremely dangerous. Investigators say Lucas died from multiple stab wounds. One of the boys had sharp force injuries, while the other boy’s autopsy has yet to be completed.

The car registered to Watson. (Credit: Sacramento Police Department)

The car registered to Watson. (Credit: Sacramento Police Department)

Watson is described as being 5’10” tall and about 180. A photo of him and a car registered to him have been released. The car is described as a white, 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander with the CA plate number 7CYL933.

Anyone who knows where Watson may be is asked to call authorities immediately.

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