DELAVAN, Wis. -- The identity of a shooter in a domestic dispute that left six people dead, including twin baby boys, and a toddler wounded remained a mystery yesterday.
Investigators believed no one else was in danger and were not looking for a suspect. No other details were released, but officials often use such language when the shooter is among the dead.
Authorities were awaiting autopsy results and a crime scene analysis.
Police identified the victims as Nicole Marie McAffee, 19, the mother of the three children; McAffee's sister, Ashley Lynn Huerta, 21; McAffee's former boyfriend and the children's father, Ambrosio Analco, 23; and Vanessa Iverson, 19, a friend of McAffee.
Also killed were McAffee's twin boys, Isaiah Christian Analco and Argenis Analco, who were less than a year old.
Police found the six bodies in the apartment about 10:30 p.m. Saturday. A 2-year-old girl was found in a van outside the two-family home. Witnesses reported seeing the girl's uncle jump from the duplex's second-floor roof during the shooting.
Police said the toddler was in serious condition at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinic in Madison. No additional information was being released at the request of the child's family , the hospital said.
Marco Pastrana, Ambrosio Analco's cousin, said Analco no longer lived with the children's mother. Analco left Pastrana's house Saturday night to drop the children off with her at the duplex, Pastrana said.
The landlord of the complex, Duane Brellenthin, said two sisters rented the upstairs apartment. He declined to name them, deferring to police. He said they had lived there about a year and a half, and he had never had problems with them.
The downstairs tenants, a husband and wife, were on vacation Saturday night, Brellenthin said.
Walworth County District Attorney Phillip Koss said the shooting was part of a domestic dispute, but he wouldn't elaborate until autopsies were completed and the crime scene was fully evaluated.
Yesterday morning, a cluster of teddy bears, stuffed bunnies, a dinosaur, and candles were under a tree outside the duplex.
Tina McKinnon, 37, who lives about a block away, said there was never any commotion at the house. "The children were very pleasant," she said.