SPOKANE-- Court documents released Tuesday reveal gruesome details of the scene of the North Spokane triple homicide.

Dustin Gilman was wanted for a triple homicide that left one woman and two children dead Friday night. Gilman was found dead in the woods near Hazard Rd in North Spokane.

At 7:15 p.m. Friday, patrol units responded to a 911 call of someone dead inside a home on the 4400 block of N. Whitehouse. Police say they found 3 bodies inside the home.

Police said Tracy Ader, 32, and her two sons Damien and Kaden, were found dead. Gilman was living with the Aders. Damien was 10 years old and Kaden was 8 years old.

Neighbor Travis O Kelly crawled through the dog door and found Tracy Ader and the bodies of the boys.

Court documents reveal that Tracy s hands were bound behind herback and she had duct tape on her mouth. She was found on a mattress in the basement.

Court documents say one of the boys had arope around his neck. The children were both cold and appeared to be dead for several hours.

Officials say it appears the victims were strangled but Spokane Police are waiting for the official cause of death from the Medical Examiner's Office.

Police say one of the boys was sexually assaulted.

Police said they found a handgun with ammunition. They also saidthere was marijuana grow in the basement.

Documents said the home had surveillance cameras but there is no information if anything was recorded.

Court documents said it appears that Gilman took and used Damien Ader s cell phone. Police traced that number to find Gilman s body location.

Police said lots of evidence was pulled from the home including a note found on the table.

Tracy s husband Nicholas Ader had been admitted to holy family on February 9th and was not home at the time of the murders.

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