Chris Watts Shares Details of Murders of Wife, Children in New Interview

Chris Watts has reached a plea deal in his murder case.

Chris Watts, the Colorado man convicted of murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters, has provided investigators with more information about the horrific killings, officials said.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation announced Thursday “Watts provided investigators with additional information about the murders of Shan'ann, Bella, and Celeste” when he sat down for an interview Feb. 18 at the Dodge Correctional Institution in Waupun, Wisconsin. 

Frederick Police Department Detective Dave Baumhover, FBI Special Agent Grahm Coder and CBI Agent Tammy Lee were present for the interview, according to an inmate visitation log viewed by ABC News.

The CBI plans to release a written report and audio file of the interview on March 7.

Chris was sentenced in November to life without parole after pleading guilty to first-degree murder and other charges in the killings of his family. In exchange, prosecutors did not seek the death penalty.

Shan’ann was 34 years old and 15 weeks pregnant with her and Chris' third child when he killed her. Bella was just 4 and Celeste was just 3 when they were killed. 


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