ROSEVILLE, Calif. (AP) – Prosecutors say a man facing murder charges for allegedly killing four relatives in Northern California took their lives over a week in two counties. Placer County prosecutors say in a complaint filed yesterday (wed) that 53-year-old Shankar Hangud killed three relatives Oct. 7th and 8th in Roseville. They say the fourth killing happened Sunday in Siskiyou County, where Hangud drove Monday to the Mount Shasta police station with the body of an adult man in his car. Prosecutors say he confessed to the killings and was arrested. About 260 miles south of Mount Shasta, Roseville police found the bodies of two children and an adult in the apartment of the data specialist. The Placer County District Attorney’s office said Hangud’s arraignment Wednesday was continued to Oct. 25.