Police identify three people killed in Millcreek standoff

Officers were able to get an elderly woman to safety; they say she is related to those killed.

(Matt Canham | The Salt Lake Tribune) Police shut down 3900 South in Millcreek due to a standoff Saturday.

Police identified the three people killed during a standoff in a Millcreek home that began Friday afternoon and ended Saturday.

The Unified Police Department released their names Saturday evening. All Millcreek residents, they are Bonne Rachelle Brady, 54; Timothy Andrew Legrande, 53; and 30-year-old Jacob Andrew Legrande, who police suspect was the shooter.

Police say the investigation is ongoing.

At around 5:38 p.m. Friday, a man arrived at Unified’s Millcreek substation, in the area of 3900 South and Highland Drive, to report a shooting at a nearby house, according to a news release.

Officers went to the home, where they heard gunshots and learned that an elderly woman was inside with an armed man. Police entered the house as shots continued, and they were able to get the woman out safely, the release states. She is related to the three people who were killed, police say.

After she was rescued, SWAT team members and crisis negotiators began trying to negotiate a peaceful surrender with the suspected shooter. Unified Police said no officers fired shots during the standoff, which continued into Saturday afternoon.

Around 4 p.m. Saturday, police sent a drone inside the home and found three people dead, according to FOX 13 reporter Hailey Higgins.

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