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UPDATE: Kennewick Man Believed to have Killed Wife and Daughter

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KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) - The Benton County Coroner says it appears a Kennewick man shot to death his wife, their daughter with developmental disabilities and then killed himself.
Authorities continue to investigate the deaths of Doug and Elena Brown, both age 64, and their 27-year-old daughter Carmina Brown.
Police were called to their home on the 2600 block of South Kellogg Street in Kennewick Friday afternoon after a caretaker found all three dead inside.
Coroner John Hansens says initial investigation shows Doug Brown was the shooter and that each died from a single gunshot wound.
Police have said they aren't looking for suspects.


Kennewick Police have identified the three bodies as 64-year-old Doug Brown, 64-year-old Elena Brown, 27-year-old Carmina Brown.

Officers believe they each died from a single gunshot wound  Investigators believe this is a homicide/suicide incident.



The Benton County Coroner and members of the Major Crimes Unit are investigating three deaths at a home on the 2600 Block of S. Kellogg Street in Kennewick.

Details are still slim right now but we do know it is a crime scene, but they are not looking for a suspect.

Police were called out to the home around 12:30 p.m after a caretaker found the three people dead inside.

This is a developing story and this post will be updated as more information is released.