A 55-year-old woman fought to get the gun away from her son and was shot herself after he killed two Edmonton Police Service officers who were responding to a domestic violence call in their home overnight Thursday.
The police service provided an update Friday on the investigation into the circumstances around the deaths of Const. Travis Jordan, 35, and Const.
Brett Ryan, 30, and addressed questions about whether the gunman was also behind a brutal shooting at a Pizza Hut across the street.
Read more: Father-to-be and ‘snow angel’: Slain Edmonton officers Travis Jordan and Brett Ryan remembered On Thursday at 12:47 a.m., the EPS officers were shot and killed when responding to a domestic violence call at Baywood Apartments — a large complex of three-storey red-brick walk-ups at 114 Avenue and 132 Street, just off Groat Road near Westmount Mall in the Inglewood neighbourhood.