UPDATED--Adrian, Mich teen accused of murdering parents

LENAWEE, Mich. (WTOL) - Marshall Sosby was arraigned in court Wednesday, September 24. Police say he shows no remorse over being charged with the murder of his parents.

Police also say Sosby may have been planning the murders for some time over punishments he received. The final act that set the plan into motion may have been getting his cell phone taken away.

Records show it was Marshall who called 911 and told operators his mother shot his father because of abuse. There were three siblings in the home -- ages 14, 13 and 3 --at the time of the killings. A teenage sister told police she saw Marshall kill their parents.

When asked in court if he wanted to be provided an attorney, he replied, "Will that help?"

LENAWEE COUNTY, MI (WTOL, The Blade) - A 17-year-old has been charged in the Tuesday night shooting deaths of a man and woman at an Adrian home where children were found unhurt, authorities said.

Marshall Scott Sosby, who lives in the house where the murder occurred, is charged with two counts of open murder. The victims, 40-year-old Michael Sosby and 37-year-old Carmen Sosby, had apparent gunshot wounds and were pronounced dead at the scene, Adrian police said. The relationship between the teen and the deceased has not been released.

The Lenawee County Sheriff confirmed on Wednesday that a double shooting took place in Adrian, Mi.

Police say that about 9:10 p.m. on Tuesday, the Adrian Police responded to a weapons complaint at 716 Division St.

En route to the scene, they were told of a possible homicide and suicide. When they arrived, they found children standing outside and were told two adults were inside with injuries.

Officers entered the residence and found two adults with gunshot wounds. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene.

Early in the morning on Wednesday, police interviewed a suspect, whom they then charged with two counts of murder. They have also recovered the weapon used in the shooting.

The children are with grandparents at this time.

Source: The Blade, WTOL