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UPDATE: OSBI release names of suspect and victims in Miami shooting

Posted at 10:55 PM, Oct 15, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-16 12:20:22-04

MIAMI, Okla. — UPDATE: Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released the names of the suspect and victims involved in the Miami homicide Tuesday night.

OSBI says they were requested by the Miami Police Department to investigate a homicide that happened last night.

OSBI Investigators say when Miami police arrived, officers found one person shot and killed and two others shot and wounded.

According to the Miami Police Department Facebook page, the shooter, David Billings, was located dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the home.

OSBI Investigators says 11-year-old Kayla Billings was shot and killed, while her mother, 38-year-old Melissa Wallace, and her mother's boyfriend, 38-year-old James Miller, were injured and life-flighted to a Tulsa hospital for treatment.

OSBI Investigators say David Billings is the father of Kayla Billings.

This is an ongoing investigation.

According to the Miami Police Department, authorities are investigating a shooting that left two dead and two wounded Tuesday evening.

Police arrived at the scene around 8:30 p.m. near I Street NW and 2nd Avenue NW.

When officers arrived, they found a female subject who had been shot, according to the Miami Police Department's statement on Facebook.

Officials noted that 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," the statement said.

Officials then mentioned that a third victim was also found inside the residence with a gunshot wound.

The names of the four individuals involved have not yet been released.

This is an ongoing investigation.

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