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California teen allegedly murdered parents and told police an intruder did it

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A 14-year-old California boy was arrested for allegedly murdering both of his parents and injuring his younger sister. The boy called the police and told them an intruder had killed his parents, but investigators found inconsistencies in his story, according to Fresno County Sheriff John Zanoni. KSEE's Ben Morris reports.