UPDATE: (8:23 a.m.) — Prichard Police have released the following statement on the double homicide that happened Thursday morning:
On 10/3/2019 @ approximately 12:19 hrs, officers responded to 2927 Bellmeade Dr, in reference to shots fired in the area. Upon their arrival at this location, it was quickly observed that there were multiple victims suffering from gunshot wounds. A black male subject (Tyvontae Johnson) and a black female subject (Jasmine Fields) were both pronounced dead on the scene, while a third victim was transported to USA Hospital for treatment of a gunshot injury to the chest. Upon speaking with several witnesses, this incident appears to be Domestic related, and will probably be investigated as a “Murder/ Suicide”. We will also be seeking counseling through Mobile Child Advocacy Center (CAC) for the female victims (2) young children, who were inside the vehicle at the time this incident happened, and watched their mother get gunned down. The case is still ongoing.Lt. Robert Martin, Prichard Police
Family members shared this photo of Jasmine Fields with us.
UPDATE (5:20 a.m.) — News 5 has spoken with family members who say this was a murder-suicide. Police have not confirmed that, but say they are not looking for a suspect.
Police say a third person was also shot. That person is being treated at the hospital.
Family members have told us who the victim is, but we are not releasing that information until police tell us all next of kin have been notified.
PRICHARD, Ala. (WKRG) — Police are investigating a double homicide in Prichard. It happened overnight near Bellmeade Drive. Lieutenant Robert Martin confirmed the information with News 5. This is an ongoing investigation.
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