Four individuals were shot dead at a home in Idaho; one person has been taken into jail, but the case is still under investigation.
According to KXLY, the incident happened at a residence in Kellogg, a tiny mountain community in the northwest of the state, 36 miles east of Coeur d’Alene.
Four people had been found dead from gunshot wounds when Kellogg Police and Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office officers arrived, and the 31-year-old suspect was taken into custody.
The suspect’s and the victims’ names have not yet been made public. The inquiry is being handled by the Idaho State Police.
The state police issued a news statement late Sunday night saying, “Law enforcement believes everyone connected with this incident is accounted for and there is no additional threat to the community.”
The stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students in an off-campus Moscow house occurred around seven months prior to the shooting.
Suspect Bryan Kohberger was apprehended after many weeks of inquiry, and his autumn trial is scheduled.
In 2023, there will have already been 315 mass shootings in the United States (in which at least four people, not counting the perpetrator, are shot).
Over the course of the weekend, there were a number of these shootings, including one that resulted in death at a music festival in Washington, as well as other shootings at Juneteenth events in Illinois and North Carolina, as well as gunshots at gatherings in St. Louis and southern California.