UPDATE: Three victims from the Henderson shooting on Tuesday have been identified.
Joseph Iehab Hawatmeh, 12-year-old boy from Henderson died of gunshot wounds of the head and chest, according to the Clark County Coroner.
Dianne Reem Hawatmeh, a 38-year-old woman from Henderson died of a gunshot wound of the head. According to People Magazine, Hawetmeh's family lives in Sandy, Utah. She was a Zumba instructor who used the Henderson apartment as an office.
Her husband and eldest son were not at the scene of the attack, according to People.
Veronica Muniz, a 33-year-old woman from Las Vegas died of a gunshot wound of the head, according to the coroner.
The suspect, Jason Neo Bourne, was from Henderson and died from gunshot wounds. The coroner has categorized his death a homicide.
UPDATE: The Henderson Police Department has identified the officers involved in the Tuesday shooting that left four dead.
Officer Jesse Lujan has been the the HPD since 1997.
Officer James Pendleton has been with the HPD since 2013.
Officer Brett Anderson has been with the HPD since 2013.
Officer Jesse Hehn has been with the HPD since 2014.
Officer Phillip Duffy has been with the HPD since 2019.
Involved officers are assigned to the Field Operations Bureau, and all have been placed on paid administrative leave.
This is the HPD's sixth officer-involved shooting for 2020.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
ORIGINAL STORY (NOV. 4): HENDERSON (FOX5) -- Henderson police said two women, a boy and a suspect are all dead after a shooting on Tuesday morning.
According to police, officers received a call around 11 a.m. November 3 to reports of a shooting near 1445 Stonelake Cove Ave., near Stephanie Street and Wigwam Parkway.
Police said at the scene they found two women, age 39 and 33, dead, and a 16-year-old girl injured from gunfire.
Officers then found the suspect, identified as 38-year-old Jason Neo Bourne, armed with a gun inside a vehicle holding a 12-year-old boy hostage.
Police said Wednesday they attempted to de-escalate the situation but Bourne held a gun to the boy's head. Officers then fired at Bourne, killing him. The boy was pulled from the car and life-saving efforts were unsuccessful.
The 16-year-old girl was taken to a nearby hospital and was stable.
Police said a preliminary investigation showed that the suspect fired multiple rounds inside the car. He is believed to have lived at the apartment above the two women who were killed, but the investigation was still ongoing.
These deaths were the ninth, 10th and 11th homicides for the Henderson Police Department in 2020, as well as the sixth police shooting of the year for the agency.
Anyone with information was asked to call police at (702) 267-4911 or contact CrimeStoppers to remain anonymous.