BROOKSVILLE, Fla. - Brooksville Police released multiple 911 calls made from people hiding inside a Peach Street home as a suspected gunman opened fire, killing three people and critically injuring his half-brother Friday night.
"Police 911," the dispatcher states but no one answers. The only thing you can hear are three gunshots.
Police are looking for clues and still have no motive behind the murders.
George Mason III is charged with three counts of homicide and one count of attempted homicide.
According to police, Mason confessed to the killings after he was hit by a car fleeing from the Peach Street scene Friday night around 9 p.m.
Autopsy results released Tuesday morning showed Jannie Taylor, 81, Ralph Peyton, 29, and Tarasha Townsend all died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head and neck.
All three were gunned down in the home.
"They're on the floor, they are bleeding pretty bad, please, please," a young woman cried to dispatchers. "My aunt and uncle just got shot, please can you come?"
Police told ABC Action News Mason drove from his Lutz home along Townsend, who was his girlfriend and mother of his two children, to the home on 820 Peach Street. The couple frequented the home to visit with family, according to neighbors.