Texas man shoots 4 family members dead before killing himself, police say

A man in Texas allegedly killed four family members, including a child, and injured three others overnight Friday before killing himself as officers approached.

Corsicana police say the suspect was identified as Kevin Milazzo, 41. Milazzo’s 68-year-old stepfather and 61-year-old mother, William and Connie Mimms, were killed. The other victims were the suspect’s 21-year-old son, Joshua Milazzo, and Hunter Freeman, the 4-year-old son of the suspect’s former girlfriend.

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A 911 call just after midnight Feb. 5 reported that a known suspect had killed his family members. 

When police arrived at the home, they found a man and woman dead from gunshot wounds. A search of the home revealed two additional gunshot victims who were taken to a Dallas hospital. Their conditions were not released in a press release.

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The Navarro County Sheriff’s Department responded to a second location, where they found the bodies of a man and a child, who both had gunshot wounds. While there, a woman was found with multiple gunshot wounds. She was taken to a Dallas hospital. Her condition was not released.

The suspect’s vehicle was found using GPS, and police arranged for the monitoring service to shut off the vehicle’s engine.

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Officers approached the vehicle to find the man inside with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, and he died at a hospital.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Source: FOX News

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