Daniel Callihan, 36, admitted to the brutal murders of Callie Brunett and her 4-year-old daughter, Erin Brunett, during a shocking confession on Friday. Callihan, who has a history of violent criminal behavior, made his admission while being transported back to Rankin County Jail.

In a disturbing statement to the media, Callihan confessed, "Sober, no drugs in my system, I did it. I have no reason for what I did. All I want to say is that I was sober and only on LexaPro – and off LexaPro – and I'm also diagnosed with borderline multiple personality disorder."

Callihan, currently on suicide watch, expressed no remorse for his actions and welcomed the prospect of the death penalty. "For what I did, lethal injection is the easiest thing for me," he said.

Callihan's crime spree included the abduction of Erin and her 6-year-old sister, Jalie Brunett, triggering a statewide Amber Alert. Erin’s body was later discovered in a wooded area in Jackson, Mississippi. Jalie was found unharmed in Callihan's car.

The suspect's violent tendencies appear to be rooted in his family's history. Callihan's father, Kelly Wayne Drott, was sentenced to 21 years in prison for manslaughter in the 1990s. Drott's crime involved the murder of a 19-year-old woman, Rebecca A. Forbes, and an infamous prison escape that ended in his death following a police chase.

Callihan's criminal record dates back to 2006, with charges including improper telephone communication, burglary, and theft. His most recent charges include capital murder, sexual battery, and armed robbery. Victoria Cox, 32, who was recently involved with Callihan, has also been charged with capital murder and sexual battery.

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards confirmed that no further suspects are being considered at this time.

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