Mother who killed social worker and three relatives left threatening voicemail prior to murders, court hears

A Vermont woman facing life in prison without parole for killing a state social worker and three relatives left a screaming message threatening to kill one of her victims just hours before the shootings were carried out, the daughter of one of the victims testified on Monday.

Tiffany Herring-Flint testified she heard her cousin, defendant Jody Herring, leaving an expletive-laced message on an answering machine telling Herring-Flint’s mother and aunt they should stop calling the state Department for Children and Families (DCF). Police say Herring believed her relatives had played a role in her losing custody of

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