Shanann Watts' Family Moves Her Belongings Out of Home Shared With Husband Chris Watts

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Shanann Watts’ family has moved her personal items out of the Colorado home she shared with her husband, Chris Watts, and two daughters, reports said. 

On Wednesday, a bed frame, mirror and other pieces of furniture were removed from the home, People magazine reported. 

A deputy from the Weld County Sheriff's Office was present as Shanann's father, Frank Rzucek, put things the items into a moving truck. They will reportedly be kept in storage until further notice. 

Chris is facing nine charges, including several counts of first-degree murder, in connection with deaths of his pregnant wife and their two daughters, Bella and Celeste.

Chris told police he strangled his wife after he allegedly discovered she'd killed their two children after telling her he wanted a separation, according to an arrest affidavit. 

He claimed he “went into a rage” upon seeing the girls' bodies, and attacked Shanann.

Their bodies were found on the property of Chris' former employer, Anadarko Petroleum.

Chris has not entered a plea yet. His next court date is scheduled for Nov. 19.

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