No arrests yet in quadruple slaying

Associated Press

MINOT, N.D. (AP) — Police in the North Dakota city of Minot are seeking the public's help as they investigate the slaying of a mother, two of her children and her boyfriend.

Authorities are asking anyone who noticed suspicious activity or vehicles in the area of the killings in the early morning hours Friday to notify them.

The bodies of 38-year-old Jolene Zephier and 13-year-old Dylan Zephier and Jolene Zephier's boyfriend, 22-year-old Jeremy Longie, were found later that day in a mobile home. Nineteen-year-old Sabrina Zephier was found dead in another home about five miles away. They all had been shot.

Investigators have questioned a "person of interest" in the case. Police tell KCJB radio early Monday that no one is in custody.

The Zephiers were members of South Dakota's Yankton Sioux Tribe.