Alleged neo-Nazi teen accused of killing Reston couple wrote confession letter in jail

The judge ordered the 17-year-old to be held at the Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center and police took him there after the hearing. (Courtesy of family)

The alleged neo-Nazi teen accused of killing a Reston couple inside their home wrote a confession letter, ABC7 has learned.

In new documents obtained in the case, the search warrant says the teenager “devolved in detail his actions on the night of this murder.”

Detectives believe the letter was mailed during the spring to a classmate at the Dominion School, which is now called the Kellar School.

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Investigators still want to go through more of the 17-year-old suspect’s letters that were mailed to and from the Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center where he has been waiting to go to trial for the murders of husband Scott Fricker, 48, and wife Buckley Kuhn-Fricker, 43.

The teen, who is suspected of having neo-Nazi beliefs and has not been identified because of his age, is expected to be back in front of a judge next week.

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Scott and Buckley were shot to death in their home around 5 a.m. in the 2600 block of Black Fir Court on Dec. 22, Fairfax County police said.

Janet Kuhn, the mother of Buckley, told ABC7 that the suspect was the boyfriend of the couple's daughter. Buckley and Scott had been trying to keep their daughter away from him, describing him as dangerous because of his views.

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The family had persuaded their daughter to break up with the teen, from Lorton, before the shooting.

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