Woman, 43, is accused of murdering her own parents after the & # 39; s identified daughter of mom while calling 911 & # 39;

Deborah Jane Martin, 43, was accused by the Illinois authorities on Monday of two counts of first-degree murder

Deborah Jane Martin, 43, was accused by the Illinois authorities on Monday of two counts of first-degree murder

A Chicago suburban woman was arrested after the authorities said a & # 39; bone-chilling & # 39; 911 call her accused in the murder of her parents at their home after midnight on Saturday.

Deborah Jane Martin, 43, appeared in court on Monday after being charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

Authorities claim that Martin stabbed her parents, David, 72, and Anne, 71, several times in the house they shared at Arlington Heights.

Authorities say the police received a call from Anne Martin at 9:30 am on Saturday at 9:30 am WLS TV.

Anne Martin was unable to say anything during the telephone conversation.

& # 39; The 911 audio captures the defendant's mother for breath and moans, & # 39; said Lorna Amado-Chevlin of the Attorney & # 39; s Office of the Cook County State.

& # 39; Within seconds of answering the answer, sounds of movement are heard, followed by the mother of the suspect, gasping and begging: & # 39; No, Debbie & # 39;. & # 39;

Authorities claim that Martin stabbed her parents fatally, David (left), 72, and Anne (right), 71, several times just after midnight on Saturday at the house they shared in Arlington Heights

Authorities claim that Martin stabbed her parents fatally, David (left), 72, and Anne (right), 71, several times just after midnight on Saturday at the house they shared in Arlington Heights

Authorities claim that Martin stabbed her parents fatally, David (left), 72, and Anne (right), 71, several times just after midnight on Saturday at the house they shared in Arlington Heights

According to authorities, Anne Martin (above) called 911 and called & # 39; No, Debbie & # 39;

According to authorities, Anne Martin (above) called 911 and called & # 39; No, Debbie & # 39;

According to authorities, Anne Martin (above) called 911 and called & # 39; No, Debbie & # 39;

According to prosecutors, Deborah Martin lived at her parents' home.

Hours before the murder, she and her parents went to a neighbor's house for dinner on Friday night.

According to the authorities, Deborah Martin went out for dinner early. When her parents came home, she reportedly attacked them with a knife.

According to the authorities, Deborah Martin stabbed her father to death while sitting in his lounger.

David Martin had also cut his throat, according to researchers.

Police say that Martin (who was seen above after she was arrested at midnight on Saturday night) expressed her desire to kill her parents in a diary she kept

Police say that Martin (who was seen above after she was arrested at midnight on Saturday night) expressed her desire to kill her parents in a diary she kept

Police say that Martin (who was seen above after she was arrested at midnight on Saturday night) expressed her desire to kill her parents in a diary she kept

Anne Martin was stabbed at least seven times, the authorities say.

Both victims tried to crawl to the exit.

& # 39; Her dying howls and moans were heard during the conversation, & # 39; said Amado-Chevlin.

Police and first aid arrived at the house and forced access when they noticed that Anne Martin did not respond to the kitchen floor, according to rag.

Martin (above) worked as a replacement teacher at Wheeling High School last school year

Martin (above) worked as a replacement teacher at Wheeling High School last school year

Martin (above) worked as a replacement teacher at Wheeling High School last school year

Once the police arrived at the house, Deborah Martin came running down the stairs from the second floor.

The authorities said she just got out of the shower.

A search in her room put on blood clothes and a diary in which she reportedly expressed her desire to kill her parents.

Both David and Anne Martin were declared dead on the spot.

According to WLS-TV, the police said that & # 39; more than a few & # 39; a call was received from home over a period of & # 39; several years & # 39; due to a & # 39; family situation & # 39; with Deborah Martin.

The police said that Deborah Martin had been living with her parents for years.

Anne Martin had taught English and social sciences at Wheeling High School from 1995 to 2014.

She was a substitute teacher there, just like last school year.

From 1988 to 1992 she worked as an assistant assistant at Prospect High School.

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