Sheriff's Police in White County, Indiana have revealed the identities of the three individuals involved in Tuesday's fatal shooting at the Jordan Manufacturing Company.
The shooter has been identified as 42-year-old Israel Rogel of Wolcott. Rogel was pronounced dead on scene with a gunshot wound to the head.
Officers said during the investigation they found Rogel came to the business looking for his ex-wife 43-year-old Delia Gonzalez of Monon. She was away from the plant on break with a friend 43-year-old Agustin Oliver of Logansport.
As the two returned from break and parked their vehicle, Rogel approached the passenger side of the vehicle, where Gonzalez was located. Detectives said that's when he shot Oliver and Gonzalez before shooting himself. The White County Coroner's Office performed autopsies Wednesday morning confirming all three individuals died of gunshot wounds. Gonzalez was transported to a nearby hospital, but was later pronounced dead.
Bond was set at $2,000 for an Iroquois County man accused of the unlawful production of cannabis plants. Forty-seven year-old Samuel Vires III appeared before Judge Gordon Lustfeldt Wednesday in Circuit Court.
KAMEG agents found the cannabis plants growing at Vires' residence. Illinois State Police assisted KAMEG. Authorities observed 44 plants growing in a garden. During a search, officers also recovered a small amount of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
A shooting at a Monticello, Indiana business Tuesday morning has left three people dead. Police confirm two men and a woman were the victims. The shootings took place at Jordan Manufacturing.
White County Sheriff Pat Shafer said it was busy afternoon for investigators trying to sort out the confusion. The names of the victims were not immediately released.
Police responded to shots being fired at the manufacturing facility around 11:30 am. First responders found a man on the ground with a gunshot wound. Another man and a woman were found inside a nearby car with gunshot wounds as well.
Sheriff Shafer said the two men were pronounced dead at the scene. The woman was rushed to IU White Memorial Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
State police in Indiana report a Dyer, Indiana man died Tuesday after crashing his car on U.S. 41 at Schererville.
51-year-old Al Devries was ejected from his compact car after the crash about 5:30 pm. Witnesses told police Devries was northbound when he crested a bridge over railroad tracks and his car entered the southbound lanes of U.S. 41.
The car began to spin and went off the west side of the road, coming to rest in a parking lot. Police said the cause of the crash remains under investigation pending results of an autopsy by the Lake County coroner's office.