A MURDER suspect allegedly screamed "let me in" as he ran from cops after his ex and her nine-year-old son were found stabbed to death.
Bethany Vincent and "cheeky chappy" Darren 'DJ' Henson were discovered dead after neighbours heard a baby screaming at home in Louth, Lincs.
The tot was unharmed and is now in the care of Bethany's family as they "come to terms with their loss".
Bethany's ex Daniel Boulton was dramatically arrested yesterday after a 16-hour manhunt.
The 29-year-old was found after armed cops swooped on a farm in nearby Hubbard's Hill.
A witness said he had attempted to get into another neighbour's car when he was arrested.
They added: "He was hammering on the window of the car saying 'let me in, let me in'.
"(The other neighbour) is so shook up, she fortunately had the central locking on and managed to drive off before calling police."
Boulton also allegedly stabbed an off-duty cop before he was pictured being taken into custody in ripped tracksuit bottoms and barefeet.
Bethany's devastated parents are being comforted by loved ones at their homes in Chapel St Leonards.
Her aunt wept as she told The Sun Online: "It's just so awful. I can't believe what's happened.
"I've just come back from holiday and need to be with my sister. We're all absolutely devastated.
"We can't understand what has happened and why – we can't comprehend it. It's unbearable."
Family friend Susan Sharpe said Bethany's mum Caroline is in "bits".
The 61-year-old added: "I’ve known Bethany since she was knee high and watched her grow up into a teenage girl and young woman. She was absolutely devoted to her son DJ and her baby boy.
“She was only young when she had her first child but she got on with it, she took to motherhood and was a very good and proud mum.
"Everyone knows Bethany and there is a huge outpouring of grief in the community.
"She was very quiet and kept herself to herself but she was always coming to visit her gran next door with DJ. He was a lovely little lad, a cheeky chappy type."
Cops have launched a murder probe after the horror in Louth and confirmed a knife was found at the scene.
Horrified neighbours have reported hearing a baby screaming around 30 minutes before police arrived.
Shane Marshall, 18, said: "To be honest, we're as shocked as everybody else really – especially when it's two doors down from our house. It's really not a good thing to happen, especially when it's kids.
"We saw armed police and canine units arrive. We didn't see any action, we just heard a baby screaming.
"Police said they couldn't tell us much but they said 'as you can see, it's very, very serious'."
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