A drive-through shooting that left two people dead in Denver Friday night has been ruled a domestic violence incident, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation said.
The victims were a man and a woman, ages 46 and 52, the agency said.
No other information was immediately available.
The FBI said Friday night it is reviewing the shooting.
The Associated Press previously reported that the victims were identified as Michael H. Hagan, 53, of Aurora, and his wife, Kristina.
Haggans’ sister, Traci, said her brother had been with the couple for about 10 years.
He was a “good guy,” she said.
She said he was a good person.
“He was a loving father,” Traci Hagan said.
“His wife was a very kind person.
He loved his family and his children and that was a source of strength in our lives.”
Traci said she had been told her brother was the victim of a domestic dispute.
She called the news of the shooting “devastating.”
“The family is devastated,” she added.
The Hagan family issued a statement through the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, saying the family was “heartbroken by the senseless violence.”
The statement said the family asks for privacy and asks that anyone with information regarding the shooting contact the Denver police.
“We want to ask for the public’s help in this time of grief and pain,” the statement said.
The Associated Press