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11-Year-Old Boy Among Several Dead After Oregon Siege

A hostage situation inside a Salem home took a deadly turn Monday afternoon after a 34-year-old killed several people—including an 11-year-old boy—before turning the gun on himself, authorities said.Oregon State Police said Tuesday Jesus Lopez-Tinoco held multiple people hostage in the home before killing 24-year-old Diari Bustos-Bustos and the 11-year-old, whose name has not been released, and injuring a third person.Authorities haven’t revealed what sparked the hostage situation in the home about an hour outside of Ortland, or the relationship between Lopez-Tinoco and his victims.Marion County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call of a hostage situation at around 12:30 p.m. on Monday at 244 Juneva Place SE, the Oregon State Police said in a statement. After driving to the scene, deputies were able to establish communications with Lopez-Tinoco “in an attempt to resolve the situation peacefully.”Without warning, however, gunshots rang out inside the home, prompting officers to force entry. One officer fired “a yet-to-be-determined number of rounds,” the statement said.Inside the home, deputies found 43-year-old Laura Rocio-Bustos with a gunshot wound. She was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. Bustos-Busto and the 11-year-old were found fatally shot nearby.“A 13-year-old male was rescued from inside the residence and uninjured,” the Oregon State Police said. “Lopez-Tinoco was located deceased with what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.”The incident was described by the Marion County Sheriff’s Office as an “officer-involved shooting” but it wasn’t clear if any of the injuries were a result of shots fired by deputies.Oregon State Police said one deputy, Ricky Kittelson, who has been on the force for 2 years, was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation.The Marion County Sheriff’s Office declined The Daily Beast’s request for comment, stating the Oregon State Police is leading the investigation.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

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