Binghamton Newspaper Publishes Report
Editor’s Note: An hour ago, The Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin published an in-depth look at the case of Kevin Perry, now in prison in the deaths of his parents a week before Christmas 2017.
By ANTHONY BORRELLI, Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin
After a heated argument with his mother and father, an angered Kevin A. Perry stormed into another room.
That’s when the 23-year-old threatened to kill his parents someday, a vow his cousin overheard.
Two days later, on Dec. 12, 2017, Timothy and Solveig Perry were shot to death in their Town of Laurens home.
Their daughter made the horrifying discovery that, along with family members learning her father’s pickup truck was missing, sent police officers in two counties on a search for a killer — the victims’ own son.
Convicted of second-degree murder, Kevin A. Perry, now 24, received the maximum sentence in October: 25 years to life in prison.