Denver police are investigating a tragic shooting in the Green Valley Ranch neighborhood, where two lives were lost and four individuals sustained injuries early Sunday morning. The incident unfolded in the 5000 block of North Orleans Court, prompting swift action from law enforcement.

Reported just after 2:30 a.m., the shooting’s aftermath left six victims in its wake, with officers expressing uncertainty about the extent of injuries. By 8:30 a.m., the grim update arrived – two victims were pronounced dead. The Office of the Medical Examiner will subsequently disclose victim identities and causes of death.

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The investigation, still in its early stages, revealed a distressing scene at a house party, raising concerns about escalating violence in the once-quiet Green Valley Ranch neighborhood. No detailed information about the four injured victims has been released, and investigators are actively working to ascertain suspect details.

Denver Police shared the somber news on X (formerly known as Twitter), emphasizing that the shooting transpired before 3 a.m. at a location surrounded by single-family homes. Orleans Court, the site of the incident, remained cordoned off as officers and detectives diligently worked the crime scene.

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As the community grapples with this tragedy, neighbor Dyllan Lial expressed growing unease over the neighborhood’s increasing gun violence in the last two years. The sentiment echoes broader concerns about public safety, with residents contemplating relocation due to the heightened sense of insecurity.