LEANDER, Texas (KXAN) - An altercation between Leander neighbors left two people dead overnight on Saturday.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office is investigating the shooting, which happened on Kathleen Lane in Leander just after midnight.
Deputies responding to a report of shots fired found the bodies of Kimberly Tervin, 40, and Ronald Berry, 45. Tervin lived in the home, and Berry was a neighbor. Both died of gunshot wounds.
Forest Tervin, 45, was taken to a local hospital with two gunshot wounds that were not life-threatening.
"Information, at this time, indicates that Berry came over to the home earlier in the evening and had a verbal disagreement that soon became physical," said Sgt. John Foster. "Berry left the residence and went to his home, located at 604 Kathleen, and retrieved a handgun. Berry then returned to the scene and forced his way inside the home. Detectives are working to establish who is responsible for the multiple shots fired in the home."
Foster said the Williamson County Sheriff's Office had no additional information.
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