Police: 2 killed, 2 injured in Miami Oklahoma shooting

Police say suspect is dead

Police in Miami, Oklahoma say two people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting Tuesday evening. They say one of the dead is a suspect.

UPDATE from Miami Police Department:

At approx. 8:30 PM on 10-15-19 Miami Officers were called to a report of gunshots at 217 I St NW. Upon arrival they found a female subject identified as Melissa Wallace, who had been shot. Melissa had fled the residence and attempted to get help. The suspect David Billings was reported to be in the residence belonging to James Miller. Miller called 911 and reported Billings was in the house shooting people. Officers made entry into the residence and found Billings deceased from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Billings’ 11-year-old child had been fatally shot and James Miller had also been shot. Miller and Wallace were life flighted to Tulsa and are reported in stable condition. David Billings is the ex of Melissa Wallace and have been having on-going domestic disputes.

Miami Police Department has reached out to Miami Public Schools and has offered assistance in handling the death of a Miami student.

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Police in Miami, Oklahoma say two people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting Tuesday evening. They say one of the dead is a suspect.

Miami Police Department:

“At approximately 2030 on 10-15-2019. Miami Officers were called to a report of gunshots in the 200 block of I NW. Upon arrival they found a female subject who had been shot. They were made aware of the suspect who had barricaded himself inside the residence. When Officers made entry, they discovered two deceased individuals, one of which was believed to be the suspect. A third victim was also found inside the residence with a gunshot wound. The names of the 4 subjects involved are not being released at this time. Detectives are still processing the scene.

Thank you to all the area law enforcement agencies who assisted us.”

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