Update 6: Chula Vista Man Identified - John Robert Reeves (USN) Death Ruled Suicide
Read the entire update from the SD Sheriff here.
Update 5: Two Guns, Only One Shooter:
David and Karen Reis, along with Bob Reeves celebrated New Year's Eve in downtown San Diego and returned to their Coronado condo with the unidentified Chula Vista man.
Karen, David, and the Chula Vista man were found dead in different parts of the condo and Bob Reeves' body was found near the door, the first body the police came across.
It is now being reported that two guns were used but there was only one shooter and that authorities are focusong on Reeves as the possible gunman and indicate jealousy may have played a part in the incident.
Update 4: A Third Victim Has Been Identified :
The New Year's Day shooting in a condo there claimed the lives of siblings David and Karen Reis, 25 and 24, respectively, as well as David's roommate, John Reeves, 25, and a fourth unknown man.
David Reis and Reeves were both pilots in the Navy, and shared the condo home in Coronado, sources told ABC affiliate KGTV. The other dead man is a 31-year-old civilian who lives in Chula Vista, according to the county Medical Examiner's Office. - Source ABC News
Update 3: Two of the Four Victims Have Been Identified :
A family member says two of the four people found dead in a New Year's shooting at a California condominium were a Navy pilot and his younger sister.
Tom Reis said Monday that his 25-year-old son David Reis and 24-year-old daughter Karen Reis were confirmed as victims by the Navy. - Read the entire AP release here.
Update 2: Two Victims Appear to be Military According to the LA Times:
NCIS reports two of the victims appear to be military personnel (source: LA Times). The Naval Criminal Investigative Service arrived on scene this morning to help with the investigation. The police are still maintaining there are no outstanding suspects.
Update 1: Four People Are Confirmed Dead
Four people confirmed dead after shooting at Coronado residence located at 1020 Park Place. Three male and one female.
San Diego homicide detectives do not believe there are any outstanding suspects - although it is early in the investigation. There is speculation that one of the victims may have committed suicide, although this has not been officially confirmed.
Lt. Larry Nesbit of the San Diego homicide detail said that members of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) are assisting in order to determine if any victims were members of the military and therefore assist with the investigation.
This post will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.
At approximately 2:20am on January 1st Coronado Police responded to a 911 call. Upon arriving at a residence at 1020 Park Place, Coronado Police found a body laying near the front door with gunshot wounds. The SWAT Team was then called.
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Crime scene on Park Place.
Video shot by eCoronado.com member Al Graham shortly after the incident: