9 dead in shooting at Plano home
PLANO, Texas (AP) -- Police say one of the people hospitalized after a fatal shooting at a suburban Dallas home has died, bringing the total killed to nine, including the suspect, who was fatally shot by police.
A woman who lives near a suburban Dallas home where the shooting took place she'd earlier seen people laughing and grilling outside.
Stacey Glover told The Dallas Morning News that the party started early Sunday afternoon. Then, she says, she heard shots around 8 p.m. She opened her door and smelled gunpowder. She heard police who arrived yell "hands up" before more shots rang out.
Plano police spokesman David Tilley has said police responded to a report of shots fired. The first officer who arrived confronted the suspected shooter. Tilley says the officer opened fire, killing the suspect.
The victims and suspect haven't been identified. Two others were injured in the shooting. One of those injured later died from their injuries.
Neighbor Lauryn Nichols said she had a friend who'd been in the house and she didn't know what had happened to the person.