Bullets and blood found at home of missing Durham boy

NBC News-17, North Carolina/April 5, 2011

Durham, North Carolina - New search warrants show that alleged cult leader Peter Moses and Vania Sisk are "directly involved in the murder of a juvenile and an adult."

Jadon Higganbothan, 6, and Antoinetta McKoy are both considered missing. Search warrants obtained Tuesday indicate authorities are treating the case as a missing persons and homicide investigation.

Search warrants indicate "numerous witnesses, police reports from this jurisdiction and elsewhere, child services records, and other creditable sources of information" point to Moses and Vania Sisk being "directly involved in the murder of a juvenile and an adult."

The warrants also showed officers recovered blood samples, bullets and bullet casings from a home on Pear Tree Lane. The items were collected in February, shortly after Higganbothan and McKoy were reported missing.

In warrants obtained from the Teller County Sheriff's Office in Colorado, a confidential informant said both Higganbothan and McKoy were killed in the home on separate occasions. The informant says Higganbothan was killed by Moses in October 2010, and the boy's mother, Vania Sisk, allegedly killed McKoy.

Investigators are also looking at a MySpace account belonging to Sisk and Moses. Police wanted to look at Moses' YouTube account, saying they were looking for relevant information related to the investigation.

Moses and Sisk are implicated in both Higganbothan and McKoy's deaths in previous warrants.

Moses and Sisk have only been charged with missing scheduled court appearance on unrelated charges.

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