MANCHESTER — Records show a Manchester couple sought help 18 times from police in the last year for help with their grandson, who is now charged with killing his grandparents earlier in May.
Records from Manchester police show either Richard Sweet or Janet Sweet called police 18 times from March 2011 to April 11, 2012, for help with their grandson, Isaiah Sweet.
The calls included claims that Isaiah Sweet was threatening and arguing with the couple, kicking his grandfather and using drugs.
The bodies of the grandparents were found in their home May 13.
Isaiah Sweet is charged with two counts of first-degree murder.
Sweet's attorney, public defender Tom Goodman, said Tuesday that he can't comment on a pending case. — AP
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