Residents react to Chagrin Falls deadly shooting

Posted at 7:00 PM, Mar 24, 2016

Shootings this morning at an assisted living complex left two employees dead and one in the hospital.

Two women, Terri Treadway and Catherine Sutter, were killed. They were longtime members of Hamlet Village's cleaning crew.

A man, who was a chef at the facility, is the suspected shooter. He's in the hospital and his name hasn't been released.

Chagrin Falls police were called to Hamlet Village at 8:30 Thursday morning. 

Police said they found the two women immediately, and after a search of the complex, they found the suspected shooter. 

Multiple agencies assisted Chagrin Falls with the investigation, including Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office.

According to neighbors, the suspected shooter and one of the victims had a relationship and lived together. They told Treadway lived with the suspected shooter, who hasn't been named, and the two were having problems. 

Chagrin Falls Sgt. Kimberly Libins said they're doing everything they can to determine what led up to the deadly shooting.

"We want to make sure that everything is covered, so we are calling in as much assistance as we can, to assist us with all angles of this investigation," Libins said.

Hamlet Village residents told they're shocked by the incident. Longtime resident Ron Schuller said it's a sad sign of the world today.

"Whether it's in Belgium or here in Chagrin Falls, we don't need this kind of activity! No one does," Schuller said.