Three suspects were just arrested in connection to the brutal Mormon family massacre that took place in Sonora, Mexico last month.
The Office of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador confirmed the news, saying the suspects were arrested this Sunday, December 1. There are now four people detained for the attack.
The arrests come nearly one month after nine relatives — three mothers and six children — from the Mexican-American LeBarón family were shot dead and burned by a group of gunmen on a dirt road in Sonora. Though the shooters have not been named, authorities believe them to be cartel members.
Eight children from the same family survived the November 4 attack. One boy, Devin Blake Langford, 13, even hid his siblings in nearby bushes and covered them in branches before walking 14 miles to find help. His mother — who was driving one of the…