Now I'm not saying this was the right thing to do or not. We need more information on what the property managers did to the tenant.
police identified the bodies discovered Monday in a multiple homicide as the owner and three employees of RJR Maintenance and Property Management.
The victims are business owner 52, and employees 42, 45, and 50.
Police Chief Jason Ziegler released the names in a press conference midday Tuesday but provided few additional details as officers pursue the investigation.
Police did not have a suspect in custody and had not identified suspects at the time of the news conference. Ziegler reiterated that police do not believe the public is in danger.
“This was very specific to the victims that were involved,” Ziegler said. “There is nothing that was at the crime scene that would lead us to believe anybody outside the victims involved are in any danger.”
Police responded to a call for a medical assist at 7:30 a.m. Monday to the property management business at 1106 32nd Ave. S.E. and discovered an incident authorities describe as a "multiple homicide."
Ziegler declined to answer questions about how they died. Autopsies are being conducted by the Medical Examiner’s Office. Authorities had not recovered a weapon, Ziegler said.
Police also have not released information about the time frame of the incident.
It is a good warning to landlords to make sure they don't abuse their power over us.
Not saying this will be the type of blow back anyone should receive. Just want to say when you are dealing with people and their home, their survival, you have to expect a response.
Property managers...PLAY NICE!