Near the corner of Hardwicke and Haverstraw, there was crime scene tape around two homes. County property records show that one of the homes, in the 7200 block of Hardwicke, shares part of its back fence with a Marlow family’s home in the 2600 block of Haverstraw.
Porter said, “If anyone sees (Stephen) Marlow or knows where the car is, they should call 911 right away and not go near him because he is probably armed and dangerous.” “At the moment, we don’t think there is a continuing threat to the neighborhood, but we will keep crews in the area in case Marlow comes back.”
The victims’ names haven’t been made public, and it’s not clear what caused the shooting.
“We are trying to find out if there is a reason for this terrible tragedy or if mental illness had anything to do with it,” Porter said.
A man at the scene of the shootings on Friday would not give his name, but he said that his daughter and granddaughter were killed in the shootings.
The shooting happened about a mile west of the Miller Lane development and just south of Little York Road in Butler Twp.
“This is the first violent crime that I can remember happening in this neighborhood,” Porter said.
“I’m not sure what to feel. She said, “I’m still shocked. This neighborhood is so quiet…. I’m mad at this point. I feel violated. Why? That’s my question. I can’t even imagine.”