I ain't fit to live not after what I've done, not in your eyes, not in nobody else's eyes.
'But God, you know, he forgives you for everything.'Godbolt was then transported to a local hospital to be treated for a gunshot wound to the arm. Church's Facebook page posted a list of eight people.
He then fled, before two juvenile boys were found dead at the second residence, before a man and a woman were killed at the third home While sitting on the ground in handcuffs, Godbolt (above) told the Clarion-Ledger that his intentions were to take his children and that other people intervened.
The suspect, Willie Cory Godbolt, is in custody Heartbreak: Vincent Mitchell (left) is Godbolt's stepfather-in-law.
Mitchell, who fled the scene, said his wife, Barbara Mitchell (right), her sister Brenda May and one of his wife's daughters, Toccarra May, all died inside the home with the deputy during the first shooting Goldbolt's wife left him because of domestic violence, according to her stepfather Vincent Mitchell.
Godbolt then made his way to the 1600 block of Coopertown Road, in Brockhaven, about 15 miles away, where the bodies of two juvenile boys were found, the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations said.
A man and a woman were found dead at a third crime scene at the 300 block of East Lincoln Road before Godbolt was arrested Sunday morning, more than seven hours after the first shooting broke out.
A man who went on a shooting rampage after a domestic argument is accused of killing eight people, including his mother-in-law and a sheriff's deputy, at three different residences in Mississippi.
After Willie Corey Godbolt, 35, of Bogue Chitto, was arrested around 7am on Sunday, he told The Clarion-Ledger he got into an argument with his estranged wife over their children on Saturday night.On his Facebook page, he wrote about his son, who he called 'the best thing that has ever happened' in his life.'He is like having a mini-me running around.We think and basically act the same,' he said of his son.But three other family members were killed in Mitchell's home along with the deputy: his wife Barbara Mitchell, her sister Brenda May and one of the wife's daughters, Toccarra May.'I'm devastated.It don't seem like it's real,' Mitchell said outside his yellow frame house in the small community of 500 people about 65 miles south of the capital of Jackson.Governor Phil Bryant issued a statement about the shootings and wrote: 'I ask all Mississippians to join Deborah and me in praying for those lost in Lincoln County.'Every day, the men and women who wear the badge make some measure of sacrifice to protect and serve their communities. I thank the law enforcement agencies involved for their hard work.