INDIANAPOLIS — Two people are dead and a third person is in grave condition following related shooting incidents at two separate locations on the southside of Indianapolis.
According to IMPD, officers went to the 7200 block of Wellwood Drive on a report of two people shot. Upon arrival, they located two people dead from gunshot wounds.
The victims of the shooting were an adult male and an adult female, according to police.
On Feb. 21, the two victims were identified by the Marion County Coroner's Office as 53-year-old Kimberly Huddleston and 20-year-old Collin Huddleston.
While the investigation continued on Wellwood Drive, around 2:30 a.m., IMPD officers observed a person of interest in the 3200 block of S McClure Street on the southwest side.
When officers approached the person, he shot himself, according to police. The male is believed to be the person officers were attempting to locate.
The MCCO identified this person as 35-year-old Steven Huddleston.
According to IMPD on Feb. 21, the person of interest died from the injuries of the self-inflicted gunshot.
While all three victims have the same last name, it is not clear what their exact relations were.
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