LORAIN, Ohio - Lorain woman who shot and killed two men still on the loose.
Family members and friends gathered Thursday at the corner of West 23rd Street in Lorain hours after a double homicide.
"Kids now, think they can settle everything with a gun, instead of talking," said family friend Jackie Stroud.
Lorain police said 24-year-old Donna Brown shot and killed brothers, 22-year-old Justin Linder and 20-year-old Dale Linder.
"One was deceased when our officers arrived and the other showed some signs of life but died shortly after," said Lorain Detective Lt. Mark Carpentiere from the scene.
It happened at the Linders' home early Thursday morning.
"They are the only two sons their mother had, so it's really really devastating," said a woman who said she taught one of the boys as a substitute teacher at Lorain High School.
"They were altogether yesterday for the Fourth, so for this to happen is just ridiculous," said a man and friend who didn't want me to use his name.
Police said Brown is now on the run and is considered armed and dangerous.
A $2,000 reward is being offered for information leading to her arrest.
Sources at the scene told ONN that Brown was the victims' cousin and she shot them over another woman.
They said Brown was dating a woman who was involved with one of the Linder brothers and she shot both brothers.
Police would not confirm that information.
"That's family hurting family, it's just not worth it," said Stroud.
Anyone with information can contact Detective Steyven Curry directly at 440-204-2166, call the Lorain Police Department at 440-204-2100 or can anonymously text a tip by texting the word Lorain (followed by your message) to CRIMES (274637).
A tip can also be submitted to the Lorain Police Departments website:
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