FOX 17 is learning more about the night it happened from newly unsealed court documents.
These search warrant affidavits have been made public for the first time since that horrific August night.
They detail what 12-year-old Jamarion Lawhorn, the youngest person accused of murder in Kent County history, told police and what test results revealed in his system.
On Aug. 4 on a quiet playground in Kentwood, four boys, all of them 12 or younger, played together in their final weeks of summer vacation.
Court documents show Connor Verkerke along with his younger brother and another 9-year-old boy had just met Jamarion and the four played together for nearly 20 minutes .
Little did the three boys know, Jamarion wasn't there just to play.
Court documents show Connor was attempting to climb up the slide, but slipped and fell to the ground and that's when Jamarion attacked stabbing him multiple times including at least once in the back and once in the arm.
One boy ran back to his home, while Connor’s 7-year-old brother attempted to carry his dying brother to their parents for help.
They tried to provide aid, but the 9-year-old died from the brutal attack shortly after.
Meanwhile, Jamarion contacted a stranger asking to use his phone.
Court documents show he called 911 and told dispatch he stabbed someone and to come pick him up.
"He repeated to the dispatcher that he needed to be picked up and was upset that it was taking the police so long to get there."
Jamarion was taken to the hospital, where he was interviewed by police. He told them he wanted to die, saying he had taken an unknown amount of "little red pills” that he found.
He said he took a knife from his home with the intent of stabbing someone and that "he did not know who."
While at the hospital police took a "plasma gel sample" from Jamarion, which came back positive for two drugs, an antidepressant and an antihistamine. Both prescription drugs were found inside Jamarion’s home.
A search warrant from police, signed Aug. 15 asked for a quantities analysis of the two drugs to learn exactly how much was in Jamarion’s system.
FOX 17 also learning through court documents that Lawhorn does intend to claim an insanity defense.
There will be a closed meeting between the judge, the prosecutor and Jamarion’s lawyer on Oct. 28.
There is no set date for when the case against him will move forward right now.