Indianapolis - The son of an east side Indianapolis woman found stabbed to death is under arrest for her murder. 35-year-old Sean V. Wright is also charged in the deaths of the woman's other two children.
It happened in the 4500 block of Shady Lane - that's near 46th Street and Arlington on September 16, 2007.
Wright, is under arrest for the murder of his mother and two foster children that were in her care. One of the children is ten-year-old Demonte Norton, the son of Desmond White.
"I just know my son was yelling for me. He was trying to help that woman. I know he was. That is the type of kid he is," said White.
White carries a pictures of his son, one when his was nine months old and another from when he was about three years old. He last saw him five years ago.
White lost custody in 2002. He says the boy's mother surrendered him to state foster care soon after.
He told us he got the shocking news Sunday. "I get a call on my way down here. I get a call from my sisters that 'last night your son was killed.'"
White said he was hoping to get his son back before year's end. "I was trying to get myself together, you know, get a job. Get a home established, a room for him so he could back home."
Indianapolis Metro Police arrested the murder suspect Wright Sunday afternoon after a tip from a minister who told them Wright wanted to meet with him. According to police Wright had parked his car at a school on Sloan Avenue and walked a few blocks south. Instead of meeting his minister, a handful of police were waiting.
Wright is suspected of stabbing all three victims. Police found Flossie Wright and Demonte in the house. Stabbed and bleeding, 16-year-old Rodney Anderson came out of the front door of the Shady Lane home and went towards 46th Street where he collapsed. He managed to make it across the street and started banging on the front door that home and collapsed on that front porch. That's where police found him.
He was rushed to Wishard Hospital but it was too late. His wounds were too severe.
Neighbors say they never suspected any trouble the Wright house.
"She had a devil in her house," said White.
They never expected Flossie and her beloved children were in danger.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Students upset that the grave of a 10-year-old classmate slain last fall didn't have a headstone have raised more than $8,000 to pay for a marker.
Demonte Norton's classmates held a Valentine's Day dance to help raise the $8,000, which is far more than the $1,600 needed to buy a marker for Norton's grave.
Officials from Indianapolis Public School No. 83 might use the extra money to buy a marker for Norton's foster brother, 16-year-old Rodney Anderson, who also was killed in the September attack at their foster mother's home.
See posts for dear foster mother Flossie Wright here and foster brother Rodney Anderson here.