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Son believes father killed mother at her Salt Lake City home
Courts » 18-year-old petitions to have his three siblings removed from father’s custody.

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Pelle notified Child Protective Services in March. But when no one ever contacted Pelle about doing anything, he filed his petition with the juvenile court.

Pelle said he hopes to see all the children in the care of new family. He also wants to see justice for what happened to his mother.

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"I’d like to see him put away for his actions," Pelle said of his father. "They are unacceptable and they cannot be apologized for."


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