Authorities say 5 people found dead in southern California home for the care of adults with developmental disabilities. The house fire occurred. Perhaps the dead were victims of a murder-suicide.
Sheriff's Department riverside County says four men found in the home of Temecula died from a gunshot wound. The fifth may have committed suicide after the fire was extinguished.
Four men were aged 26 to 37 years. The fifth was a 50-year-old operator Renee Jannex, reports CBS San Diego affiliate KFMB. Jannex was the administrator of the facility, which was licensed medical practitioner for the care of adults with developmental disabilities.
The house was in state care and specialized care for adults with severe disabilities. The house was licensed in 2003 and no deficiencies were not found in its most recent annual inspection in November, according to the social services Department of California.
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