On Thursday, police said that among the five, three were brothers and two of them were women, one of the women was men’s mother and the other is spouse of one of the brothers.
Two other women and two children in the family escaped from the violence scene unharmed.
One of the women who escaped told officers that the shooting stemmed from a dispute over their limousine family business.
The police spokesman Sgt. Trent Crump said, “Our dispatcher could hear shots fired in the background while that call was coming in, a caller had been able to escape the home at that point, get out and start to give us information.”
The family had origins in Morocco.
During an hour’s long standoff before the bodies were found, police used microphone to try to communicate with the occupants of the home, and they were addressing them in Arabic.
The names and ages of the shooter and the victims are released.
The family had limousine business. Because the HOA only allowed only two vehicles in the drive way at a time, the family had purchased another home in an adjacent neighborhood in order to park their limousine.
The police said that it not clear how many of them fired shots and nor they are looking for suspects.
The witnesses in the neighborhood said that there was one hour long standoff and then they heard sound of muted gunshots.
TV footage showed SWAT team officers braking doors and windows to enter the home.
They then sent robot to search the house and then they have sent dogs and officers in the house.
A police perimeter remained in the night, as investigators padded in booties to document evidences at the scene.