3 Dead, 2 Injured in Shooting at Maryland Home: Police - NBC4 Washington

3 Dead, 2 Injured in Shooting at Maryland Home: Police

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    Prince George's County Police are investigating a triple murder. News4's Darcy Spencer reports. (Published Saturday, June 25, 2016)

    Three people are dead and two injured after a shooting at a home in District Heights, Maryland, Friday night, police said.

    Prince George's County police said they responded to the home in the 3100 block of Orleans Avenue at 9:35 p.m. and found five people shot.

    Police said Carlina Renee Gray, 50, of District Heights, Jan Marie Parks, 55, of Landover, and Allen Rowlett, 60, of Forestville, were killed.

    Two others, who were critically injured, were taken to a hospital, police said.

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    Gray's sister told News4 she was "the friendliest person you'd ever meet" and was the person people depended on for consolation, or a shoulder to cry on. 

    "Her home was always open to anybody who needed somewhere to go or just [if] you needed to vent," she said.

    Gray lived in the home with her boyfriend, according to her sister.

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    "It's just so devastating when it happens to someone that you knew was a great guy," said one man who was close to Rowlett. "He was a great, humble guy. Very down to earth. If he knows you, he'll do all he can for you."

    Police said the shooting does not appear to be random. No information has been released about any possible suspects or a motive.