Warm Springs couple dead in apparent murder-suicide
Two young members of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon are dead in what is being considered a murder-suicide.

Hannah Crowe, and Julian Wallulatum were last seen on New Year's Eve. On Saturday, their three oldest children went to a neighbors house and said something was wrong.

"The oldest one said, 'I can't wake my mom up. I can't wake my mom and dad up, 'cause I think they're still passed out, but I can see blood on my mom's leg, under the door," Andrew Smith, a fellow tribal member, told KTVZ.

Smith found the bodies of the couple in their bedroom, along with their 9-month-old baby, who apparently hadn't been fed or taken care of since the shooting. Police believe Wallulatum, who would have turned 21 on Friday, shot Crowe, who would turned 26 on Saturday, before turning the gun on himself.

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