St. Paul shooting victims identifiedby Rupa Shenoy, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — St. Paul police have identified the victims of Friday night's shooting in a Highland Park home, and all are relatives of the suspect.
The three who died as a result of the shooting are Mary Malicki, 58, her husband Clyde Malicki, also 58, and her daughter, Kristy Malicki, 33 -- all of Cottage Grove. Mary Malicki is a sister of the suspect, according to St. Paul police spokesman Sgt. Pete Crum.
Crum said the fourth gunshot victim, Kathleen Dorgan, 56 and also of Cottage Grove, is another sister of the suspect, and she remains in stable condition at Regions Hospital.
Crum said police may disclose more about the motive for the shootings on Monday.
"The investigator is working now to put that together," Crum said. "He should have it out tomorrow to the county attorney's office, so I would suspect we'd get more details on that tomorrow."
Officers were called to the shooting in the 1800 block of Munster Avenue shortly after 9 p.m. Friday night, and found the victims inside the home.
"Shortly after the officers arrived at the scene, one of them spotted a van outside with the suspect inside it," said Crum. "When the officers approached the van, it drove off. They attempted to stop it with their emergency lights and sirens. The van continued to St. Paul and Davern where it finally stopped. At that point the officers took the suspect into custody without incident."
St. Paul police said they are preparing charges against the suspect, who is being held in the Ramsey County jail.
MPR reporter Tim Nelson contributed to this report.