NEWTON FALLS, Ohio - Autopsies show four people shot to death in northeast Ohio died of multiple wounds, and the suspected gunman shot himself in the chest.
The victims' deaths Friday have been ruled homicides.
The autopsies show the suspected shooter, 55-year-old Robert Brazzon of Newton Falls, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. Police say he killed himself after he was surrounded by pursuing officers in a cemetery.
Police haven't specified a motive for the shootings.
The victims included Brazzon's girlfriend and a teenager. Some of them had spent the Fourth of July together on a lake.
The Vindicator in Youngstown reports that services for two of the victims were held Tuesday in Newton Falls, about 40 miles southeast of Cleveland.
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