Draper mom and son among four killed in Nevada shooting
HENDERSON, Nevada- A Draper mom and son are among four people who were killed in a shooting in Henderson, Nevada on Tuesday.
Police were called to the scene at 11:00 a.m. after someone reported gunshots and an injured person in a doorway.
According to KSL.com, a statement released by Juan Diego Catholic Schools indicated that Diana Hawatmeh and her son, Joseph, a seventh-grader at Saint John the Baptist Middle School in Draper, were killed in the shooting.
Hawatmeh’s daughter, Yasmeen, is in critical condition at a Las Vegas hospital, school officials said.
Henderson Police Capt. Jason Kuzik told reporters that officers found a possible suspect in a nearby car, according to KSL.com.
During a confrontation with the Henderson Police Department, the alleged shooter was shot and killed.
Further information will be provided as it becomes available.
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