The woman shot dead at her Texas home after her brother opened fire on her and three other people before killing himself, has been identified.
Julianna Carr, 48, was fatally injured at around 11.30pm on Wednesday during a housewarming party in Katy, west of Houston, at a property she moved into on Monday.
Carr worked as a talent acquisition manager at Engel & Völkers according to her Facebook profile.
It also shows she had a 19-year-old son named Garrett and 16-year-old daughter named Bella.
Julianna Carr was shot dead at her Katy, Texas home on Wednesday and cops say the suspect is her brother John Wright, who later killed himself
Carr was mother to a 16-year-old girl named Bella (left) and a 19-year-old boy named Garrett (right). Cops say a teenage girl locked herself in the bathroom during the incident while another teen fled the scene around 11.30pm
One teen managed to flee the property on the 5500 block of Everhart Manor Lane with the woman who jumped over a fence and made the initial 911 call
It’s not clear whether their father Richard Carr was one of the victims who is expected to survive or if the children were at the party.
One woman was shot in the face, the other woman was injured to the chest and a man was shot in his hand.
Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Thursday morning that deputies were called to the home after receiving a distressing 911 call from a party guest who had managed to escape.
Two teenagers were at the housewarming party where unpacked boxes were still around when the shooting occurred.
One teen managed to flee the property on the 5500 block of Everhart Manor Lane with the woman who jumped over a fence and made the initial 911 call, Click2Houston reported.
The girl was found locked inside a bathroom and was not physically hurt.
Cops arrived to find Carr on the floor, while Wright himself later died in hospital.
Three guests were shot in the hand, face and chest. Three other guests inside the home managed to go unharmed during the shooting
It’s not clear whether the teenagers’ father Richard Carr (left) was one of the victims who is expected to survive or if the children were at the party
Two of the other victims found inside were airlifted to Houston hospitals to be treated for their injuries.
All three are expected to survive.
Sheriff Troy Nehls told KHOU that those hurt were all ‘family and friends’.
‘Our detectives are here with our crime scene unit,’ the Fort Bend County Sheriff said. ‘We are going to try to piece this together and determine what happened.’
Carr’s social media profile shows she lost her younger brother, also named Garrett, 10 years ago. He would have been 37 this September.