Four people were killed, including a child, after what police characterized as a domestic violence incident that unfolded in Orlando, Florida, early Sunday morning.

Police arrived at the home at 614 Grand Street just before 2:30 a.m., about three minutes after receiving a call reporting domestic violence at the address. Orlando Police Chief Eric Smith told reporters.

Shortly after officers arrived, they heard gunshots from inside the home, prompting more officers to arrive on the scene. according to Smith and other information shared by the Orlando Police Department.

Police respond to a domestic violence incident in Orlando on Sunday.WESH

The suspect: who is the police identified sunday afternoon as Lacorvis Tamar Daley, 28, then left the home and fired at officers, who responded, police said.

Daley was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to police.

Inside the house, police found two adults and the child with gunshot wounds, who died. Officers transported the boy to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Smith told reporters.

The three victims found inside the home have not been publicly identified as of Sunday afternoon.

in a tweetOrlando Mayor Buddy Dyer called the incident «a horrible and tragic situation.»

“Sending support to the families of the victims, as well as the officers, who were fortunately uninjured,” Dyer wrote.

The two officers involved in the incident will receive paid administrative leave and their body camera footage will be made publicly available within 30 days, per departmental policy, police said.

The police department will conduct an internal investigation, and both the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the State’s Attorney’s Office will conduct independent reviews of the incident «as they do with all officer-involved shootings,» police said. from Orlando.

Police are still investigating whether the suspect had a criminal record, according to Andrea Otero, Orlando Police Department Public Information Manager, who said police are working to determine if they had received calls reporting domestic violence at that address prior to Sunday.

Domestic violence affects nearly half of all Americans, with 1 in 2 women reporting experiencing sexual or physical violence or being stalked by an intimate partner at some point in their lives. according to the most recent report on domestic and sexual violence from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 44% of men report the same, according to the CDC.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or the threat of domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline for help at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233), or go to for anonymous and confidential online chats, available in English and Spanish. Individual states often have their own domestic violence hotlines as well.

Advocates at the National Domestic Violence Hotline receive calls from both domestic violence survivors and people who are concerned they may be abusive to their partners.