Body camera footage recently released by police in Oklahoma captured the final shot that was fired just as officers responded to a suspected murder-suicide at the home of NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnsonthe parents in law.
Jack Janway, 69, and his wife, Terry Janway, 68, were found dead inside a Muskogee home on June 26 after police received a 911 call about reports of a disturbance and someone with a gun.
Inside the home, the Janways’ 11-year-old grandson, the nephew of Johnson’s wife, Chandra, was also found dead.
NASCAR DRIVER JIMMIE JOHNSON IN-LAWS, NEPHEW KILLED WHILE POLICE INVESTIGATED POSSIBLE DOUBLE MURDER-SUICIDE
The Muskogee Police Department said in a statement at the time that officers responded to the scene and saw a person «lying in the hallway inside the front door.» Shortly after, they heard a shot inside the house.
Newly obtained body camera footage recorded the final shot as officers responded to the scene.
As officers worked to secure the perimeter of the scene, one can be heard describing a victim who was seen covered in a «blanket.»
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The police then approached the front door and announced their presence when they unlocked the door. Seconds later, a shot is heard.
New information provided by the Muskogee Police Department revealed that Jack Janway’s body was identified as the victim near the front door. Terry Janway was later placed on a sofa placed «next to a gun».
The latest victim was found in a bedroom.
Police told Fox News Digital at the time that they were investigating the fatal shooting as a possible murder-suicide and that Terry Janway was being considered as a possible suspect.
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Johnson and his wife have not commented publicly on the fatal shooting. The Legacy Motor Club issued a statement shortly after news of the shooting broke to confirm that Johnson’s No. 84 Chevrolet Carvana would withdraw from the NASCAR Cup Series event in Chicago.
«The Johnson family has requested privacy at this time and no further comment will be made,» the racing team said in its statement.