Two 17-year-olds were fatally shot by a man in Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday after they were allegedly trespassed on his property, [Said].
The man called 911 at about 9:30 p.m. to report that he was shot in or near his garage, according to the Dayton Police Department. He then fired a .38 caliber revolver, which killed two of the three people. The Montgomery County Coroner's Office identifies them as teenagers Devin Henderson and Javier Harrison.
The third person in the car arrives on a breaking and entering charge.
The man who shot the teens was taken into custody for questioning, and then released.
"It will take."
Police said they were consulting with prosecutors "Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said." We ask for patience on behalf of the public as our detectives
"I need police, I shot two guys … trying to do something in the house," the man told a 91
"They're on the floor in the garage."
The man and dispatcher appeared to struggle with a language barrier.
At the end of the 4 1/2-minute-long recording, the sound of police could have been heard in the background.
The scene of Wednesday night's shooting is about 2½ miles from Dayton's downtown entertainment district where a 24- year-old gunman killed nine people, including his sister, on Aug. 4.
And Monday, two 6-year-old girls were killed when they were suspected in a stabbing and driving a stolen police cruiser crashed into two vehicles near a library in Dayton, official said.