Little Falls, MN (NNCNOW.COM) -- The man accused of shooting two teenagers who broke into his Little Falls home on Thanksgiving Day had a surveillance system at his home that recorded the teens as they broke into his home.
According to KARE 11's website, 64-year-old Byron David Smith, also had a digital audio recorder running when he shot the teens and it recorded aurdio of the shooting.
Those details are in several search warrants that were executed by law enforcement in the days after 17-year-old Nicholas Brady and his cousin, 18 year old Haile Kifer, were shot to death inside Smith's house.
Smith remains in the Morrison County Jail, charged with two counts of second-degree murder.
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