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RV fire ruled triple-homicide/suicide

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The Potter County Sheriff's Office is ruling the RV fire incident as a triple-homicide/suicide after collecting evidence from the scene. 

Preliminary autopsy results reveal 34-year-old Michelle Stone, 8-year-old Richard Stone, and 4-year-old Keagan Stone died from a gunshot wound to the upper body and 5-year-old Audrianna Stone died from 2 gunshot wounds to the upper body. 

Earlier Friday morning Sheriff Brian Thomas said Stone and the three children were found after authorities extinguished the fire and entered the trailer.

Deputies were called to the 4100 block of Hollow Brook around 5 p.m. Thursday.

Thomas said it remains unclear how the fire began, but said a state fire marshal is investigating. 

Amarillo Special Crimes, the unit in charge of investigating all unusual deaths, is also investigating the blaze.

Anyone with information is asked to call investigators at 806.378.9468.

A next door neighbors says the family were good people who he spoke to every day. They moved into the neighborhood about 6 months ago, and the family of four is really a family of 7. 

The father and two other children were not home at the time of the crime. 

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