Police: Former Judge-Executive Shot 3 People, Then Himself

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Updated: 8/13/2013 8:34 pm
State Police say Knox County's Former Judge-Executive shot three people, then himself.

Investigators say they found three people shot on Laurel Lakes Road in Bell County.

Troopers say the victims were Michael Smith, his son who is also named Michael Smith and his daughter Robin Smith.

The men were dead.

State Police say Robin was flown to a Tennessee hospital.

Troopers think the shooter then drove to Hammons Fork Cemetery in Knox county, then shot himself.

That man died at a hospital.

Troopers say he's the former Judge-Executive of Knox County, Raymond Smith.

State Police haven't released a motive.

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