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‘It’s A Nightmare’: Police Identify Family Of 5 Dead In Orlando Murder-suicide

Orlando police have identified the family of five found dead from an apparent murder-suicide.Officers were called to a home on Lake District Lane in the East Park neighborhood of Lake Nona Tuesday afternoon around 1 p.M.The father, Donovan Michael Ramirez, 45, has been identified as the suspect.The victims have been identified as Stephanie Renee Ramirez, 39; Alyssa Berumen, 22; Sunny Ramirez, 11; and Shelby Rose Ramirez, 7. EXCLUSIVE: Friends remember 11-year-old killed in Orlando murder-suicide that killed 5 A firearm was found at the scene. However, the medical examiner’s office will determine the cause of death.The crime scene was upsetting to responding officers, with at least one becoming sick and needing to step outside. Neighbors said the family of five recently moved into the house from out of state and that the home had been unusually quiet for days. “I think it’s like a worst nightmare truly,” Heather Collins said. “I don’t even know what happened exactly. My heart goes out to the family. I can’t even begin to wrap my mind around any of this, especially if there were family involved.”Collins and her fiancé, Justin Rossilini, live across from the family involved.”They seemed like they were a normal family. I seen the dad, seen the mom, and two little girls,” Rossilini said.Rossilini said the family, a middle-aged couple, their adult daughter, and their two young girls had just moved into the home a few months ago.He hadn’t seen or heard any activity at the house for several days until late this morning when police arrived.”There was an officer who was looking through the car window and asked me if I’d seen them today. I said no, I haven’t seen them for a few days, actually. Last time I saw them was five days ago when they were checking the mail,” Rossilini said.”I didn’t hear anything, I wish I did. I definitely would have liked to have been that concerned neighbor that did something in this situation,” Collins said.Members of the surrounding community were visibly shaken.”Scary, scary for something like this to happen right next to you,” Claudia Galeas said.”See them out in the yard when I do my walks in the morning. Say hi, nothing out of the ordinary or anything strange,” Jose Sanchez said. “Shocking. First thing I thought was like about the kids, that’s the first thing you think is the poor kids, you know, small children.”“Maybe I saw them a couple of times and waved, but it’s just unbelievable that something like that could happen here because this is a real quiet, nice neighborhood,” Marco Aguero said.A couple of neighbors have left remembrances in front of the home. We’re told the family recently moved in and were quiet and somewhat private.Neighbors who have lived in the area a good length of time were clearly impacted by the tragic nature of what happened.“Who would have thought something like that could happen here?” Aguero said.“It’s just nerve-wracking to have something like this happen in your community,” Galeas said.“Been here seven years in this neighborhood and first time we’ve seen something like this happening. You don’t know how to react, really,” Sanchez said. Neighbors said the family who lived in the house where the murder-suicide occurred had a small dog.Chopper 2 spotted a dog being removed from the home alive and Animal Control was present at the home.If you or someone you know is struggling, there are resources available: Harbor House of Central Florida 24-hour confidential crisis hotline: (407) 886-2856Victim Service Center of Central Florida 24/7 helpline: (407)-500-HEALNational Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 and in English and Spanish: 1-800-799-7233United Way of Central Florida 2-1-1 services: Call or text 211 for confidential domestic abuse support, and other services.ORLANDO, Fla. —

Orlando police have identified the family of five found dead from an apparent murder-suicide.

Officers were called to a home on Lake District Lane in the East Park neighborhood of Lake Nona Tuesday afternoon around 1 p.M.

The father, Donovan Michael Ramirez, 45, has been identified as the suspect.

The victims have been identified as Stephanie Renee Ramirez, 39; Alyssa Berumen, 22; Sunny Ramirez, 11; and Shelby Rose Ramirez, 7.

EXCLUSIVE: Friends remember 11-year-old killed in Orlando murder-suicide that killed 5

A firearm was found at the scene. However, the medical examiner’s office will determine the cause of death.

The crime scene was upsetting to responding officers, with at least one becoming sick and needing to step outside.

Neighbors said the family of five recently moved into the house from out of state and that the home had been unusually quiet for days.

“I think it’s like a worst nightmare truly,” Heather Collins said. “I don’t even know what happened exactly. My heart goes out to the family. I can’t even begin to wrap my mind around any of this, especially if there were family involved.”

Collins and her fiancé, Justin Rossilini, live across from the family involved.

“They seemed like they were a normal family. I seen the dad, seen the mom, and two little girls,” Rossilini said.

Rossilini said the family, a middle-aged couple, their adult daughter, and their two young girls had just moved into the home a few months ago.

He hadn’t seen or heard any activity at the house for several days until late this morning when police arrived.

“There was an officer who was looking through the car window and asked me if I’d seen them today. I said no, I haven’t seen them for a few days, actually. Last time I saw them was five days ago when they were checking the mail,” Rossilini said.

“I didn’t hear anything, I wish I did. I definitely would have liked to have been that concerned neighbor that did something in this situation,” Collins said.

Members of the surrounding community were visibly shaken.

“Scary, scary for something like this to happen right next to you,” Claudia Galeas said.

“See them out in the yard when I do my walks in the morning. Say hi, nothing out of the ordinary or anything strange,” Jose Sanchez said. “Shocking. First thing I thought was like about the kids, that’s the first thing you think is the poor kids, you know, small children.”

“Maybe I saw them a couple of times and waved, but it’s just unbelievable that something like that could happen here because this is a real quiet, nice neighborhood,” Marco Aguero said.

A couple of neighbors have left remembrances in front of the home. We’re told the family recently moved in and were quiet and somewhat private.

Neighbors who have lived in the area a good length of time were clearly impacted by the tragic nature of what happened.

“Who would have thought something like that could happen here?” Aguero said.

“It’s just nerve-wracking to have something like this happen in your community,” Galeas said.

“Been here seven years in this neighborhood and first time we’ve seen something like this happening. You don’t know how to react, really,” Sanchez said.

Neighbors said the family who lived in the house where the murder-suicide occurred had a small dog.

Chopper 2 spotted a dog being removed from the home alive and Animal Control was present at the home.

If you or someone you know is struggling, there are resources available:

Harbor House of Central Florida 24-hour confidential crisis hotline: (407) 886-2856

Victim Service Center of Central Florida 24/7 helpline: (407)-500-HEAL

National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 and in English and Spanish: 1-800-799-7233

United Way of Central Florida 2-1-1 services: Call or text 211 for confidential domestic abuse support, and other services.

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