Orlando police identify 3 victims, suspect in officer-involved shooting

ORLANDO, Fla. — Two Orlando police officers are on administrative leave pending the outcome of a Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation, after shooting a suspect overnight.


8:15 p.m. Update:

Orlando police have identified the three victims in the shooting as Carol Fulmore, 69, Damionna Reed, 13, and Cameron Bouie, 7.

1:40 p.m. Update:

The Orlando Police Department said they identified the suspect who killed three people Saturday night as 28-year-old Lacorvis Tamar Daley,

Police have yet to release victim information.

Original report:

Chief Eric Smith says officers were called to 614 Grand Street at around 2:25 Sunday morning for a domestic violence incident.

When they arrived at the scene they heard shots being fired inside the home and called for backup. That’s when they say a male suspect came out of the home and opened fire at the officers.

Chief Smith says the officers fired back, killing the suspect.

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Inside the home, investigators found three shooting victims, including two adults and one young child.

The adults were pronounced dead at the scene and the child was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

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