UPDATE, Thursday, 10:25 a.m.: A Milwaukee County judge found probable cause on Thursday that three people could have been involved in the plot to murder a pizza delivery driver — as long as the judge ruled that none of them could be convicted on a murder charge in a killing that did not occur.
One of the defendants was allegedly linked to the murder but was not charged in the death, because he allegedly didn’t participate, despite visiting the person murdered at the scene.
UPDATE, Thursday, 9:40 a.m.: One of the suspects, Darin Coleman, has been found shot to death in a hotel.
Officials announced that one of the six suspects being questioned — Sean Rohy, 25 — had been ordered held without bail.
At a press conference Thursday morning, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm said two victims were shot in their apartment by an as-yet-unidentified suspect in a domestic dispute. Investigators identified the victims and the probable cause to treat them as homicide victims.
The apparent killing came during the wake of a planned murders.
A husband and wife returned to their apartment after a delivery, only to find the woman had been shot in the head and the man had been shot in the back of the head.
The suspect reportedly returned to his apartment and shot and killed a pizza delivery driver, and then returned to the apartment, fatally shot himself.
Madison Jr., 46, died from gunshot wounds to the head.
The husband and wife, both in their 50s, and the pizza delivery driver, 28, were taken to local hospitals. Their identities were not released.
Samples and evidence were taken from the suspect’s apartment.
It’s unclear what the suspect’s motive may have been in the killings.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke later told reporters that there were multiple people involved. The newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, notes that the investigation involves Milwaukee’s department of homeland security and the FBI, and state and federal prosecutors.
Detectives are looking for additional suspects. A $2,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction.