Three people found dead at a southwest Oklahoma City home earlier this month were fatally shot, a spokeswoman for the state medical examiner said Thursday.
Amy Elliott said James Lumpkin and Francisco Grajeda died of multiple gunshot wounds, and Kayla Ramirez suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head.
Lumpkin, 42, Ramirez, 19, and Grajeda, 19, were found April 14 at a home at 3221 S Durland Ave. Police went to the residence shortly after midnight after receiving a call that shots were fired at the home.
Officers said they found Lumpkin dead outside of the home and the other two victims inside. It was unclear at the time how the three victims died, police said.
The manner of death for all three victims has been ruled to be homicide.
Arrest warrants were issued April 18 for Genaro Hernandez, 25, Luis Humberto Solis, 24, and Jesus Solis-Acosta, 26, in connection with the shootings. Police said Thursday no arrest had been made in the case.