UPDATED Tuesday, May 6, 2014
The Madison Police Department has released the names of the two officers involved in the deadly shooting last Friday. Both have been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. That investigation is being lead by The Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation.
The two officers named today are Sgt. David McClurg and Officer Carlin Becker. Madison Police say McClurg joined the MPD in 1991, and Becker has been with the department since 2008.
UPDATE: Monday, May 5, 2014:
The Dane County Medical Examiner's Office Monday identified the victims in Friday's attack as 57-year-old Robin Rae Grossmann and her daughter, 34-year-old Charity Rae Grossmann. The elder Grossmann's 20-year-old son was also stabbed, but is expected to recover from his injuries.
The man who authorities say stabbed the Grossmanns, who was then shot by police, was 33-year-old Londrell Emone Johnson.
UPDATE: Sunday, May 4, 2014:
Madison Police say 31-year old Londrell Johnson fatally stabbed two people and injured a third before he was shot and killed by police, had made threats to his neighbors in the past. Police said Saturday that a woman in her 50's was killed Friday after Johnson forced his way into her apartment. Her daughter, in her 30's, also died from her injuries. The older woman's 16-year old son was injured, but survived. He was able to flee and get help. The suspect was shot when police arrived at 2617 East Washington Avenue. Police say he had mental health issues, however, the motive remains unclear. The 30-something woman was visiting her mother, and brought along a four-year old boy she was babysitting. He was found uninjured and hiding in the apartment.
05/03/2014 UPDATE: Madison police say the suspect in Friday's deadly stabbings at an East Washington Avenue apartment has died. The suspect was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries after being shot by police at the scene. A third stabbing victim is expected to recover.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Police have shot and seriously wounded a suspect in the stabbings of three people in a Madison apartment.
Police spokesman Joel DeSpain says the suspect has been taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
He says two of the people who were stabbed have died and the third is in stable condition at a hospital.
DeSpain says there appeared to be some sort of dispute between neighbors but police don't have a clear motive for the stabbings.
The stabbings took place Friday afternoon in an apartment along Madison's main thoroughfare. Police blocked off the area, snarling traffic in the state capital.
At least 2 people have been taken to the hospital with what appear to be stab wounds, following an incident at a 2nd floor apartment on East Washington avenue early this afternoon. Madison Police Information Officer Joel DeSpain says there is no threat to the community, as they are not looking for any suspect. As for reports of a possible shooting, DeSpain says that cannot be confirmed as of yet. All lanes of East Washington Avenue have re-opened. 1310 WIBA will bring you more details once they become available.