Police say three people shot to death at a Brooklyn row house by a gunman who then killed himself were musicians, two of them from the Iranian indie rock band The Yellow Dogs.
The violence erupted early Monday, minutes after midnight, at a 3-story building in Williamsburg.
The manager of The Yellow Dogs says two members were killed, along with another musician who lived with them but wasn't in the band.
The victims were found on the second and third floors. The shooter was discovered on the roof. The band's manager says the shooter was a member of a different group. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says there had been a dispute over money.
One person was also wounded on the arm and has been hospitalized in stable condition.