On Monday an Alaska teen fatally shot four relatives, including two children. This news comes in a week after the teen released from jail for an alleged family assault, authorities said.

At a home near Wasilla around 3 p.m, Malachi Maxon is accused of opening fire on his cousin, Cody Roehl, 18, . Authorities received a call around 3:13 p.m. saying there was a suicide at the house and Roehl was found wounded.

Malachi is accused of then stealing a Jeep Liberty and semiautomatic Glock pistol, and fleeing the house.

He received his aunt’s range in Palmer and allegedly broke into the residence.

Police said Maxon shot his aunt, Kimora Buster, 43, and his two cousins Ellison Buster, 7, and Sienna Buster, 10, the Associated Press reported.

The children were found dead by first responders. Kimora Buster died at a hospital.

Two other children also were at the house. An unidentified 6-year-old boy was found alive near his brother, Ellison, authorities said. His life was spared due to defective bullets, they said.

“The scene revealed spent cartridge casings outside the broken front window, and therefore the number of bullets fired at everyone seemed to be about an equivalent, with the exception of Ellison. within the bed where Ellison and AB were found, there have been several more bullet defects than there have been with the opposite bodies that indicated Maxon was likely trying to shoot AB, who was sleeping near the wall,” the documents said.

Maxon had been staying together with his aunt for a couple of days. He was released from jail on Nov. 23 with an electronic monitor, which authorities want to track him down.

Malachi was arrested when state troopers pulled over the stolen vehicle. Malachi then tried to flee while he was in custody and attempted to require a trooper’s holster but was subdued, the Daily Mail reported.

When he was photographed following his arrest, troopers found lacerations and other wounds on his legs that seemed to be from broken glass.

A recording from a surveillance camera within the home caught the sounds of the shooting and glass breaking. The charging documents also state that the recording captured sounds of Maxon walking over the broken glass as he left.