US police are investigating the shooting with the triple murder and suicide that occurred in a hotel room in Fairbanks, Alaska. There were found the bodies of four relatives, including a newborn baby, writes People.com.
According to preliminary data, shooting in a room at the Hampton Inn on Friday staged a 22-year-old McKay Hutton. He killed his wife, the same age Emily McDonald, a 54-year-old mother Linda Hutton two-month-old daughter Tegan. Then McKay shot.
Police were called to the scene at 13:25. Even before the arrival of police, the bodies of the dead saw their relative.
In the room with the bodies of the victims found firearms in a single copy. No data indicate that one of the victims had used alcohol or drugs before the tragedy, no.
Emily and McKay were married on 18 November 2015, reports The Daily Mail. By the time MacDonald has a son from a previous marriage. Emily worked as a nurse’s aide in a nursing home Lilley Lodge.
According to the owner of Lilley Lodge, Terry Ann Gainer, one of the main mysteries is not only the motive for the massacre, but the fact of the victim’s stay at the hotel. After all, far from the family of Hutton and MacDonald was his own house.
Gainer added that Emily worked in her orphanage for five years. The girl was very kind to old people. And after meeting with McKay, she looked happy.