LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) -- Lincoln police released more information Tuesday in the double murder-suicide investigation.
Authorities tell 10/11 News that Ronald Heritage, 50, shot Tina Jensen, 53, and Norma Voges, 55, before Heritage took his own life.
Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said the homicide happened Saturday night. He adds that Jensen was at the home gathering some of her things before the shooting and there was a disturbance.
An autopsy shows Tina Jensen and Norma Voges were killed by multiple gunshot wounds.
According to court documents, police also found a variety of drugs in the home and in the vehicles of those involved.
Meth, morphine, marijuana, and various paraphernalia was discovered at the crime scene, although it is unclear which party the drugs belonged to.
Police were originally called to the home in the 6715 Bethany Park Drive at 1:15 Sunday afternoon after Jensen's family went to the home.
According to Lincoln police, Heritage and Jensen were in a relationship together.
Interviews with family revealed Voges was a longtime friend of both Heritage and Jensen.
The gun used in the incident was purchased legally by Heritage in 2015.