Marlin Larice Joseph, 36 (pictured in a previous mugshot) is the suspected killer of two females from Palm Beach, Florida
The distraught mother of a 26-year-old suspected killer is pleading her missing son to turn himself in.
Robin Denson sobbed as she spoke during a press conference New Year's Day in hopes to reach her son, Marlin Larice Joseph, the believed man responsible in the Thursday murder of 36-year-old Kaladaa Crowell and her 11-year-old daughter Kyra Inglett.
Neighbors heard gunshots from the incident that took place at the victims' home at 822 Third Street in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Crowell died at the scene and Inglett on Friday morning while under care at a nearby hospital.
Denson said she was Crowell's girlfriend and Inglett was her stepdaughter, the Palm Beach Post reports.
Police say Joseph fled the scene in a 2012 gray Toyota Camry that belonged to Crowell after what was believed to be a 'domestic dispute' that turned deadly.
'Marlin, son, I love you ... You know I love you, but please, turn yourself in. If you're scared to do so, call me,' Denson said at a press conference Monday afternoon with police.
Joseph was last seen withdrawing cash early Friday at a bank in West Palm Beach.
Joseph's mother, Robin Denson (shown sobbing her a press conference this week) begged her son to turn himself in
Denson's girlfriend, Kaladaa Crowell, 36, and Crowell's 11-year-old daughter