The victims have been identified as 58-year-old David Michael House and 58-year-old Iris Valentina Martinez Calici.
Both victims were travelers from Arizona and had resided at the Peach House RV Park for about two months.
7/30/12 11:27pm Update
The specific identity of the two shooting victims has not yet been released, but they were from out of state, and had been staying at the RV park for about two months. Apparently, they liked to travel from RV park to RV park.
The suspected shooter, 58-year-old Charles Conner of Early, may have shot at another citizen and shot him/her in the leg. That citizen is the one who then returned fire and struck Conner, as did an Early police officer.
The citizen shooter's actions appear justifiable, though the case will go to a grand jury as is the usual practice.
The suspect's family says Conner had been acting strangely recently.
Three people are dead after what many would consider a petty conflict between neighbors.
The Brown County Sheriff's Department tells us it all started when two dogs, belonging to a married couple, both in their 60's, wandered over to the trailer of 58-year-old Charles Conner and defecated near his home.
We're told the man threatened his neighbors, saying if the dogs came back again, he would shoot them. Later, the dogs did go back, and Conner did in fact shoot them both.
"I guess this has gone on a little bit before. But something sent this over the top this afternoon", says Brown County Sheriff Bobby Grubbs.
Soon after that, upset about his dogs, the male victim walked toward the suspect, and Conner shot the man. Seconds later, Conner also shot the man's wife, killing them both.
A neighbor who witnessed the shootings called police. "A police car responded to the call, and when he rolled up the subject took a shot at him", says Sheriff Grubbs.
We're told when Early police officer, Steven Means, arrived on scene, Conner started firing shots. That's when Means returned fire, and so did another resident. Both shot at Conner at the same time and killed him.
Sheriff Grubbs says the brave witness that stepped in to help save the officer, is pretty shaken up. Currently, investigations continue.
We're told that Charles Conner had a trailer full of various types of firearms. The victims' names have not been released at this point, and autopsies will take place soon.