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Arlington Shooting Victims Identified

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A man and woman are dead after a shooting at a home in Arlington, according to Lt. Rob Schoonover with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Officers got to the home, located at 10228 Spivey Terrace, at 4:15 Tuesday evening.

Schoonover said the officers found 42-year-old Richard Barley dead in the home.  His address is unknown, according to a news release from JSO Wednesday evening.

A woman, 40-year-old Kelli Daidone, whose listed address that the incident location, was severely injured at the time.

She later died after being flown to Shands Jacksonville for treatment, Schoonover said.

So far, police have no leads or suspects in the shooting, but this morning, JSO spokesperson Melissa Bujeda indicated the case is now considered a double murder.

"At this time, we're still working leads and talking to a lot of people, but at this time, that's all the information I can give you," said Schoonover.

According to an email from Sgt. Chelsea Fiscina, the JSO bomb squad went to the house after receiving a report of a possible meth lab there.  They found nothing inside, said Fiscina.

Jason Deloach, a family friend, remembered Daidone.  "She had a good heart, she helped people, she's got two boys that she loved," Deloach said.


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