Meridian Murder-suicide, Emily Works, Sarah Walmsley, and Clint Caleb Powers died

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Meridian Murder-suicide – This morning, the Meridian Police Department held a news conference to discuss the double homicide and suicide that took place over the past twenty-four hours in the city. The Meridian Police Department is conducting a thorough investigation into the double killing that took place on Sunday evening. The authorities arrived at the scene just after seven o’clock in the evening to investigate what they believed to be a domestic dispute in which firearms were fired.

Emily Works Death

Upon entering the apartment located on the 2000 block of North Cougar Way, the Meridian Police Department discovered two women who had passed away. Emily Works, who is 33 years old, and Sarah Walmsley, who is 41 years old, have been identified as the women. After that, the suspect, who was subsequently determined to be Clint Caleb Powers, 31, allegedly carjacked a vehicle on Zircon Avenue while holding a gun to the driver’s side.

Sarah Walmsley Death

Immediately after the carjacking, the victims made contact with the authorities. When Powers got out of the automobile and attempted to flee, a deputy from Ada County spotted the vehicle and attempted to take it into custody for traffic violations. When the Powers finally caught up with the officer, they opened fire on him with multiple shots. Following the establishment of a perimeter by law enforcement, Powers took his own life in the 700 block of West Indian Rocks. The deputy was not hurt in the incident.

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