Hayden Man Allegedly Shoots And Kills His Wife Then Himself - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

NEW DETAILS: Hayden Man Allegedly Shoots And Kills His Wife Then Himself

HAYDEN, Idaho - Neighbors and deputies confirm with KHQ's Dylan Wohlenhaus the couple involved in the shooting was Tina and Daryl Clark.

Tina, 48-years-old and Daryl, 43-years-old are both from Hayden. Friends of the couple say they leave behind a young son who was not home at the time of the shooting.

Kootenai County deputies responded to a call of the shooting in the 900 block of West Sheridan around 11 am Thursday morning. Deputies tell KHQ's Dylan Wohlenhaus they received a 911 call from a man saying he had shot his wife and "was going to shoot himself" according to deputies.

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HAYDEN, Idaho - Kootenai County deputies responded to a call of a shooting in the 900 block of West Sheridan around 11 am Thursday morning. Deputies tell KHQ's Dylan Wohlenhaus they received a 911 call from a man saying he had shot his wife and "was going to shoot himself" according to deputies. When authorities arrived on scene they set up a perimeter around the home where they heard a single gunshot.

Upon entering the home investigators found two bodies of a male and female in their 40's deceased from apparent gunshot wounds. Investigators have not released the names of the male and female at this time and are still on scene investigating.

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BREAKING NEWS: Authorities have confirmed with KHQ that there has been a murder-suicide on W. Sheridan in Hayden, Idaho. They tell us a man shot his wife and then himself in a home. We're working on getting you more details. We have a KHQ crew on scene. Look for updates here on KHQ.com, Facebook and our Twitter news feed throughout the day.

 

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