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A teen boy reportedly killed a 62-year-old man in the desert for flirting with his 14-year-old sister in Camp Verde, Arizona.

The suspect, a 16-year-old boy, whose identity has been withheld, showed up at a sub-station in Camp Verde, Arizona on Monday, Dec. 26, and told the officers that he wanted to turn himself in for “killing a man.” The teen then confessed that he shot and killed a 62-year-old man in a remote area of Camp Verde on Nov. 28 after finding out that he was trying to “get with his 14-year-old sister,” azfamily 3TV CBS 5 reported.

The teen told the detectives that the elderly man was a family friend of his. However, he said he wanted to confront him after finding out that he was trying to “get with his 14-year-old sister.” The boy then plotted a plan to get the elderly man alone. Based on the plan, he asked the man to pick him up in Camp Verde to go on a hunting trip into the woods together.

Once they reached Salt Mine Road to pursue their hunting plan, the teen confronted the man about the incident. As the confrontation escalated, the boy then pulled out a gun and shot and killed the 62-year-old man. After shooting the man dead, the teen left the man's body in the desert, took all the guns from the man’s car, ditched one in the desert, and brought the rest home.

Detectives later found the unidentified man in the desert in the southern part of town.

Detectives also found the gun in the desert. Meanwhile, the boy's family member found another gun in the teen’s bedroom on Christmas day. After the family found the gun, the teen admitted to his family he killed the man. After admitting the crime to the family, he then turned himself over to deputies the next day. After the confession, the teen was taken into custody. According to Yavapai County Sheriff's Office (YCSO), the teenager is facing a charge of first-degree murder, 12 News reported.

Detectives are continuing to investigate this incident. The identity of the victim has not yet been released.

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