SYRACUSE – Police have identified three people who were found dead inside a Syracuse home Tuesday night.
The victims were identified as 32 year old Kyler Ramsdell-Oliva, 13 year old Kenadee Oliva, and 7 year old Isabella Oliva.
Police said Kyler was the mother of the two girls and that all three died from gunshot wounds. The exact cause of their deaths would be confirmed through autopsies.
Syracuse Police officer Erin Behm said crime scene investigators from the Davis County Sheriff’s Office completed their investigation at the home early Wednesday morning.
Behm said investigators spoke to several persons of interest, including Kyler’s fiancé - even though it appears to be a murder-suicide situation.
The bodies inside a Syracuse home Tuesday night at 2133 West 1175 South.
According to Behm, 911 dispatchers received a call at about 6:30 p.m. from an unknown person saying that there had been an incident at the home.
Neighbors told the Clipper they heard gunshots. One neighbor reported seeing a man who was "yelling and agitated" outside the home shortly after gunshots were heard.
Petersen said the Oliva family moved in around October 2013, and that the residents seemed normal.
"Nothing seemed out of place," he said.
Behm said Syracuse Police were called to the same address Monday to assist in a property exchange related to a domestic breakup.
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