GENESEO, N.Y. – The latest in the deaths of three young people at a home near a college campus in New York (all times local):
A fire chief says one of three young people found dead in a house next to a western New York college was a volunteer firefighter who was a strong role model.
Fire chief Andrew Chanler says 24-year-old Matthew Hutchinson played hockey at the State University of New York at Geneseo but took every training opportunity despite his full schedule.
The body of the Vancouver, British Columbia man and two others were discovered Sunday morning near the campus about 35 miles south of Rochester. The others were identified as 21-year-old Kelsey Annese, of Webster, New York, and 24-year-old Colin Kingston, of Geneseo.
Police believe the perpetrator is among the dead.
Annese was a member of the basketball team at Geneseo. She wore the number 32, the same number her father wore when he played for the school.
Police say Kingston was a former student at Geneseo.
Police are expected to release more information on the deaths of two college students and a former student at a house next to a western New York college.
The three bodies were discovered Sunday morning near the State University of New York at Geneseo, about 35 miles south of Rochester.
They were identified as 21-year-old Kelsey Annese, of Webster, New York; 24-year-old Matthew Hutchinson, of Vancouver, British Columbia; and 24-year-old Colin Kingston, of Geneseo.
Police said Annese and Hutchinson were students at Geneseo and Kingston was a former student.
Investigators believe the perpetrator is among the dead. Authorities planned a news conference Monday afternoon to provide updated information about the case.
Police said no firearm was used, but a knife was recovered.
This story has been corrected to show the spelling of one of the victims' names is Colin Kingston, not Collin Kingston.