DAILYKENN.com -- Cynthia Stack, 52, and her son Sean Stack, 22, were found fatally shot.
Arrested are Joshua Ramsawmy, 28, Amelia Bissoon, 25.
The victims were white. The suspects are black.
Police contend that Bissoon was the personal banker for Cynthia Stack's elderly brain-injured father and was stealing money from him.
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The victims were found dead in an apartment complex on West Jefferson Street between Benson Avenue and North Westmoreland Drive on July 18.
The neighbor who called 911 told Channel 9 she noticed her neighbors’ front door was open around 11 p.m.
When she walked her dog the next morning, she noticed the door was still open, she said. When she looked in the apartment she saw a woman dead on a futon.
Investigators said Ramsawmy and Bissoon, who are married, killed the victims to cover up that they were stealing from Cynthia Stack's father, who suffers from a traumatic brain injury.
Police said Bissoon, the man's personal banker, tricked him into giving her $50,000, and Chase Bank and Cynthia Stack became suspicious.
Investigators said Bissoon told her coworkers that the man would complete account transactions and forget about them.
Bissoon told police Ramsawmy bought a gun, and when she asked him why he bought it, he said he had business to take care of, according to an arrest affidavit.
Investigators said Ramsawmy went to the Stacks' apartment to try to persuade Cynthia Stack to not press charges.
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