Sheriff: Mom arrested in shooting deaths of two daughters

Sarah Nicole Henderson

The gruesome case took another dark turn Friday when investigators announced Sarah Henderson had planned for at least two weeks to kill her children, though authorities did not provide further details to support this claim.

When Henderson's husband calls back the third time, he reported the murders and said his wife is suicidal.

Almost three hours later, at 2:24 a.m., the Sheriff's Office received a call from a man who said his wife had shot their children.

Sheriff Botie Hillhouse said upon arriving at the home they were greeted by the mother and Henderson's husband, the children's stepfather, with the parents turning away officers away saying 'that everything was fine'.

The mother now faces capital murder charges. "It appears she also meant to kill her husband, but the entire crime did not go as planned".

"My wife, my wife just shot our kids", he told the operator, crying.

Meanwhile, his wife could be heard in the background, shouting, "What did I do? What did I do, God?"

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She then asked her husband, "Why did I do that, babe?"

The heartbroken father told the dispatcher in the call released Friday night that the little girls were asleep when his wife shot them and that "there's blood running out of their heads". "I went in there and they were dead". "Bad language. 'Get you're blah blah blah in here.' That was mainly why I never really met her because she just wasn't my kind of person".

Sarah Henderson apparently did not have a history of mental illness orOctcriminal behavior.

Hillhouse says there were two calls to family's home Wednesday night near the town of Payne Springs. "They would draw pictures and put them in the mailbox for us", said Jaylyne Palmer, who's lived across the street from the Hendersons for much of the last decade. "They would come over here on their little bicycles". "No one was suicidal, no signs of violence, no signs of anything". She said Sarah recently had some job interviews lined up and was stressed about finding a job, but nothing seemed out of the ordinary.

Henderson is being held on a $2 million bond. He can be heard wailing and inquiring as to why she had done it in the account discharged by the sheriff's office. Her bail has not been set.

Henderson is on around-the-clock suicide watch.

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