A Texas teenager accused of stabbing his twin sister to dying this week claims he was dreaming throughout the assault, in line with paperwork learn in courtroom Thursday.

Benjamin Elliott, 17, has been charged with homicide within the dying of his sister, Meghan Elliott, 17. He informed officers he awoke in her bed room with a knife in her neck, FOX 26 of Houston reported. 

When Elliott realized he wasn’t dreaming, the dual says he eliminated the knife, turned on the sunshine, and utilized strain to the wound, the courtroom paperwork acknowledged. He later ran to his room to seize his telephone and name 911.

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He was arrested Wednesday and booked in Harris County Jail, in line with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. 

Benjamin Elliott, 17, is accused of stabbing his twin sister to death in Texas on Wednesday morning. (Harris County Sheriff's Office)

Benjamin Elliott, 17, is accused of stabbing his twin sister to dying in Texas on Wednesday morning. (Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

Authorities stated Benjamin Elliott was performing CPR on Meghan Elliott in her bed room when Harris County deputies arrived on the Katy, Texas, house at round 4:45 a.m., the sheriff’s office said

Deputies stated she was unresponsive and had suffered “several stab wounds to the neck.”

Benjamin Elliott continued performing CPR till EMS personnel arrived on the scene and pronounced Meghan Elliott useless, authorities stated. 

The siblings’ dad and mom have been asleep inside the house when the stabbing occurred, the sheriff’s workplace added. 

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Investigators additionally reviewed 911 information and realized that Elliott referred to as in to say he stabbed his sister, the sheriff’s workplace stated. 

Authorities have but to find out a motive for the stabbing and an investigation is ongoing. His bond was set at $100,000, FOX 26 reported

Senior Deputy Thomas Gilliland stated investigators searched the house after acquiring a warrant, in line with the Houston Chronicle. The weapon used within the assault was recovered, Gilliland added. 

A neighbor, Robert Dawson, stated he noticed the twins use a bus every day they usually appeared to get alongside high quality.

“I was really shocked when this thing went down,” Dawson informed Houston’s KTRK-TV. “I hope [the sleep walking] is true because it’s bad enough they lose their daughter. If they lost their son to a long jail term, that would be just devastating.”