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Investigation into triple homicide in Aetna continues

Updated: July 27, 2013 6:38AM



GARY — Police continue to investigate a Sunday triple homicide in Aetna but had no suspects in custody Tuesday afternoon.

Three men — Antonio Dove, 27; Michael Andrews, 34; and Briean Jiles, 22 — suffered multiple gunshot wounds and were found in the street in front of 5810 13th Place around 1 a.m. Sunday.

A fourth man — Richarde Jiles, 19 — was transported to a local hospital with injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening.

Cpl. Gabrielle King said police are interviewing people and following leads. Cpl. Jeff Hornyak, the lead detective on the case, can be reached at 881-1210.

Dove’s brother, 25-year-old Jamario Dove, was hospitalized for gunshot wounds suffered in the Glen Park area only a few hours earlier.

In this case, around 11:20 p.m., three men were shot in the 4300 block of Massachusetts Street. Robert Thomas, 45, told police he was inside his house when shots were fired and he was struck. Elijah Davis, 29, said he was walking in the vicinity when he was struck. Both men were transported to the Methodist Hospitals Northlake campus for treatment. Jamario Dove was taken to the hospital in a car for a gunshot wound he received while riding in a vehicle in the same block of Massachusetts Street.

Detective Lorenzo Davis is working this case and can also be reached at 881-1210.



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