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US Officials: Multiple people dead in shooting at Texas home

19:27  16 may  2018
19:27  16 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

"Multiple fatalities" in Md. home; search on for suspect

  Police responded to the Brookeville home Monday afternoon on a report of people shot during a domestic disturbanceBROOKEVILLE, Md. -- Police responding to a call for a domestic disturbance with people shot found multiple people dead inside a Brookeville, Maryland home Monday afternoon. Montgomery County police said via Twitter that the suspect, who is believed to be known to police, is not in custody.

PONDER, Texas (AP) — Authorities say multiple people have died in a shooting at a home in a rural town north of Fort Worth. Denton County sheriff's Capt. Orlando Hinojosa says police responding Wednesday to a report of a burglary in progress found "several deceased individuals inside the house.".

Multiple people dead in South Texas church Several people were killed and others were injured during a shooting Sunday inside a church in PONDER, Texas — Authorities say multiple people have died in a shooting at a home in a rural town north of Fort Worth. Denton County sheriff's Capt.

PONDER, Texas — Authorities say multiple people have died in a shooting at a home in a rural town north of Fort Worth.

Denton County sheriff's Capt. Orlando Hinojosa tells the Denton Record-Chronicle that the shooting occurred Wednesday morning at the home in Ponder, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Fort Worth.

Hinojosa says there's no active shooter but did not release any details about a suspect. He declined to say how many people have died or release any information on the victims.

School Superintendent Bruce Yeager said in a statement that no students or district staff are listed as living at the home and that police told him no there is no threat to any schools.

No other information on the shooting has been made available.

Steve Kerr: School shootings are 'part of our culture now’ .
Kerr is once again calling for stricter gun laws. The Warriors coach has been a consistent proponent for change regarding firearm restrictions in America seemingly every time a mass shooting takes place here.This week’s high school shooting in Texas that left 10 dead presented Kerr with another opportunity to share his thoughts on guns.“It never surprises me anymore,” Kerr said of the shooting at Santa Fe High School, according to The Mercury News. “This is a part of our culture now. We need to have laws in place in every state that your guns need to be locked up.

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