Authorities believe man, daughter were shot to death in Evans; Wife shot in head


Investigators looked into the circumstances of a shooting at an Evans home in which a man and teenage girl were killed and a woman was injured on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014.

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EVANS, Colo. — Authorities have identified the victims of a triple shooting in Evans but are still investigating the circumstances of the incident that killed two people.

Officers were sent to the house in the 2400 block of Marina Street about 1:30 p.m. after a man’s employer called to say he missed work and he was having personal issues.

Police knocked on the door of the house and Natalya Perrin answered.

Perrin had a head wound and was taken to Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley by ambulance and then was airlifted to Denver Health Medical Center.

“Natalya is believed to have suffered a gunshot wound to the head however this has not yet been confirmed by medical staff,” said Chad Harding of the Evans Police Department, in a statement.

Inside the home police found a man and a teenage girl, both dead from gunshot wounds.

“The deceased adult male and teenage female found at the scene is believed to be the husband and daughter of Natalya,” Harding said.

Perrin was answering investigators questions at the hospital Friday, he said.

The motive for the shooting is still under investigation, police said. A handgun was found at the home and police believe there is no danger to the general public.

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