Teen calls 911 to say that he killed his mother and sister

Jake Evans with his sister 
By: Sarah Weiss 

A teen called 911 to report that he just killed his mother and his sister, according to reports.

Jake Evans, 17, called 911 to say that he shot and killed his mother and sister with a .22 revolver in the family home located in Aledo, Texas.

"I'm pretty, I guess, bad, whatever," he told the police dispatcher during the 911 call around 12:30 a.m. on Friday.

When asked why he killed his mother Jamie, 48, and his sister Mallory, 15, Jake explained that he was not even particularly angry with them.

"I do not know, it’s weird," Jake said. "I was not even really angry with them. This just happened. I've been kind of planning to kill them for a while now," Jake added.

He did finally stumble across a confusing explanation of his motives. "I really do not like the attitude of the people. They are verbally abusive and stuff like that," the teen who was home schooled, said.

Jake was worried that the thoughts of the killings could haunt him and asked the dispatcher if he knew of any medications that might help.

"I am very concerned from nightmares and things like that," he said. "Not to sound like a coward or anything, but this is, wow, I never, like, done anything violent in my life," the suspect said.

The operator kept Jake on the line for about 25 minutes until deputies of the Parker County Sheriff Department arrived at the home in a gated community. The dispatcher asked Jake to go outside very slowly, with his hands in the air.

Deputies arrested him. He has been charged with murder, and he was denied bail.