Man’s Alleged Motive For Killings: ‘They Wouldn’t Leave’

STRAFFORD, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri prosecutor says a man killed his wife and her parents over the weekend because the in-laws arrived for a visit and “they wouldn’t leave.” The shooting happened Saturday near the small town of Strafford in southwestern Missouri. The suspect, 50-year-old Jesse Huy, is charged with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of 48-year-old Tonya Huy and her parents,  71-year-old Ronald Koehler and 78-year-old Linda Koehler of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Greene County prosecuting attorney’s office on Monday released the suspected motive. The parents had arrived for a visit after Tonya Huy’s recent back surgery.