Cleveland Home Shooting 3 Dead, 2 Critical; 1 Arrested

Cleveland Home Shooting: 3 Dead, 2 Critical; 1 Arrested

Cleveland Home Shooting: 3 Dead, 2 Critical; 1 Arrested: According to authorities, a man was detained following a shooting at a Cleveland residence on Friday evening that claimed the lives of two adults, a teenager, and a young kid while gravely injuring another adult and a young child.

Around 8 p.m. on Friday, the 41-year-old suspect pulled down officers in a police car and reported that five individuals had been shot at a residence in the Brooklyn Centre neighborhood, a few miles southwest of downtown, according to Cleveland police. The man, a relative of the two dead adults, was arrested on the spot.

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According to police, three people—two adults and a child—were declared deceased at the site. Miguel Gonzalez, 69, Angelic Gonzalez, 34, and her son Jayden Baez, 16, were the victims, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office.

According to the police, a 48-year-old man and his 8-year-old daughter were both very ill and hospitalized. According to Police Chief Wayne Drummond, it seemed to be a single domestic incident. There was a delay in disclosing the shooting’s specifics.

Although no charges were immediately made public, police said they had initiated homicide and felonious assault investigations. Councilwoman Jasmin Santana and Council President Blaine Griffin issued a joint statement saying, “This family tragedy is terrible. Our thoughts are with the victims’ loved ones and friends.

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“Especially terrible” was how Mayor Justin Bibb described the incident because it happened at home, a place where a family ought to feel protected and secure. According to WKYC-TV, Obama issued a statement in which he said, “My prayers are with the victims and their family, friends, and neighbors as they navigate a devastating circumstance.”