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Details Emerge About Triple Shooting

Details Emerge About Triple Shooting

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(KSL News) This morning we know more about what went on inside a South Salt Lake home where three people were shot.

Police say two men entered the home on April 29 and began torturing a woman by burning her with cigarettes.

Kevin Cone, 50, and another woman then arrived. Cone was ordered to the floor, but when he resisted, police say Jason Clark shot him in the head.

The two women were then shot -- one seven times, the other eight times. Clark is now in custody, charged with capital homicide.

Details Emerge About Triple Shooting

Another man in the house at the time, Daniel Blankenship, has been charged with murder, but he and another man are still at large.

Details Emerge About Triple Shooting

Police believe Blankenship is driving a 1996 black Chevy Tahoe with tinted windows and Utah license plate 316 MVL. It was last seen in Saratoga Springs.

Police believe they have a motive but are not releasing those details. Neither are they releasing the names of the female victims, in fear of retaliation.

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