Two dead, one injured during possible domestic violence - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Two dead, one injured during possible domestic violence

OBERLIN, LA (KPLC) - One man is still recovering in a local hospital and two others are dead after an overnight shooting in the 200 block of North 3rd Street in Oberlin.

According to the Allen Parish Sheriff's Office, 55-year-old George Wayne Dunn went to the home of his ex-wife, 54-year-old Candiss Dunn.

An argument reportedly began then ended when George allegedly fatally shot Candiss.

Authorities say that George then went outside where he spotted a neighbor, 60-year-old Dewith Carrier. Shots were fired at Dewith before George reportedly turned the gun on himself.

Dewith Carrier is the owner of Teachers-Pet, an educational resource supply center for area educational programs. Oberlin Mayor, Phillips Beard says Candiss Dunn was employed at Teachers-Pet in Oakdale and was renting a home that belong to Dewith Carrier.

The case is now reportedly being investigated as a domestic homicide suicide. Authorities say they are looking for any possible witnesses to the incident.

Carrier remains in serious condition at a Lake Charles Memorial Hospital.


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