BIDDEFORD SHOOTING: More gun violence as two people were reportedly killed at 17 Sokokis Road in Biddeford, ME, Saturday evening. The address is listed as the home of a business known as Korean Yankee Landscaping, the Portland Press Herald reports. One gunshot victim was removed from the location and two other people were killed. A child was safely removed from the home, the newspaper reports. An arrest has been made. The suspect was taken to the Biddeford Police Department for questioning. The property is registered to a James Earl Pak and Armit Pak, according to the Biddeford Assessors office. Victims reported as Derrick Thompson and his wife Alivia Welch.
UPDATE# 2:43 EST 12/30/12: WGME is reporting that a parking dispute may have led the shooting, police said Sunday. Derrick Thompson’s mother, Susan Thompson, 44, was also shot and is being treated at Maine Medical Center. Her six year old son, Brayden, was unharmed and safely removed from the home. James Pak has been charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of Derrick Thompson and Alivia Welch. He is being held without bail. Autopsies may be conducted on the two deceased teenagers.
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