Deputies summoned to a home after receiving a report of a shooting have discovered five bodies, according to a spokesman for a sheriff’s office in northeastern Maryland.
According to Lt. Michael Holmes, spokesman for the Cecil County Sheriff’s Office, five persons were discovered dead inside the house on a cul-de-sac in Elk Mills on Friday morning.
What happened exactly at Elkton-Area Home?
Just after 9 a.m., according to Holmes, deputies were called to the house and they entered to locate the victims,
He claims that authorities were informed that several persons had been shot.
According to Holmes, detectives are still present inside the home. No threat to the general public, he claims.
Initial reports of Elkton-Area Home shooting
Following allegations that several persons had been shot inside, crews went to the scene. According to early accounts from the scene, recuse personnel were staging before police entered.
Deputies quickly found five dead victims inside the house after they had just broken in.
Investigation of Elkton-Area Home shot
The Cecil Whig said that five bodies were discovered inside the house near Elk Mills, which is not far from the border with Delaware.
Just after 9 a.m., deputies were summoned to the house, where they entered and discovered the victims. investigators were still inside the house and said, “We got a call claiming many persons were shot.
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