A man got into a police station in a small town in Northern California on Monday and told officers he killed four of his relatives – including one man whose body was inside the car just outside, authorities said.  The man, whose name has not been released, got on the Mount Shasta Police Department from his apartment in Roseville, California, more than 200 miles away, authorities said. Three other bodies were found in the apartment, they said.
The man was being held Monday night at a police station in Mount Shasta, a town more than 3,200 miles, about 220 miles north of Sacramento, said Sgt. Robert Gibson of the Police Department. He said the man had not yet been formally charged.
“He just came in. and told our dispatcher that I wanted to confess to the murder, and then I just gave up, "said Sergeant Gibson. "I've never made anyone come in with a body and come back here. This was unusual for us. "
He said the man" said nothing why and what led to it. "
Sergeant Gibson stated that initially the police did not believe this man when he said he had killed his family. Then the man handed the officers the keys to the red Mazda sedan, which he said drove to the station with the body, he said Sergeant Gibson
The killings are being investigated by the Roseville Police Department. Shasta, he was a man, said Sergeant Gibson.
It wasn't clear where this victim was murdered.
Sergeant Gibson declined to comment on the cause of death. He said authorities do not believe that there are other suspects in the murders.