Police investigate a possible double murder suicide on Maple St. in Alcoa. 2/3/13
Alcoa Police Department have identified three bodies found in a possible double homicide and suicide at a residence.
Officers responded to a shooting call at 813 Maple Street at 8:41 p.m. Sunday. When they arrived, two men and one woman were found dead inside their home. Police believe Amos Louis Turbyfill, 41, shot and killed Stacy L. Wade, 39, Joshua J. Demitri, 18, before killing himself. Authorities believe Turbyfill was Wade's boyfriend. All three people lived inside the Maple Street home.
According to City of Alcoa press release, the incident is still under investigation, but detectives said the deaths appear to be the result of a double homicide and suicide. Detectives are still searching for a motive behind the shooting.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Alcoa Police Department 24-hour crime hotline at 865-380-4715.
We'll bring you more details surrounding the case as soon as they become available.
Three people are dead following a shooting at a residence in Alcoa.
The Alcoa Police Department responded to the call on Maple Street at 8:41 p.m. Sunday.
When they arrived, two males and one female were found dead inside the home. The incident is still under investigation but detectives say the deaths appear to be the result of a double homicide and suicide.
Alcoa Police are questioning possible witnesses. The names of the victims have not been released at this time.
We will bring you more details surrounding the case as soon as they become available.