MIAMI -- Three people are dead and one person is in custody after a shooting Tuesday night in southwest Miami-Dade, police said.
Two males and one female were killed, while two more adults and three children were extracted from a back window of 1815 SW 70th Avenue for their safety, Miami-Dade Police said. They were not injured, according to police.
Police have not detailed relationship between the victims.
A woman said she saw her next door neighbor parking in the front driveway about ten minutes before she was shot to death. Lizet Gonzalez says her neighbors, a couple in their 60s, and their son-in-law are the ones found dead at about 9:30 p.m.
Police have not confirmed the identities of the victim. They say they are not looking for a gunman, but won't say whether the shooter is among the dead.
"I'm scared and surprised," Gonzalez, said, describing her feelings. She said she has lived next door to the couple about three years. "I'm sad ... because I wouldn't expect that."
Neighbor Martha Valverde told WTVJ she called 911 after she thought she heard gunshots."I didn't know what it was, I didn't even know for sure that it was gunshots," she said.
Around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday investigators began removing the bodies from the home.