The man beside the car, 26-year-old Dale Marion Hills, was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The other man killed has been identified as 34-year-old Bikendra Oja. Police say the woman, 26-year-old Ashley Jenkinson, received what's described as non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.
Witnesses say it was loud voices from the vehicle that caught their attention.
"That's early indications," Daily said. "That there were some independent witnesses who heard some arguing and that brought their attention to it, before the shots started."
Police say no other suspects were involved, but investigators are still trying to find out who shot whom.
"We know everything happened inside the vehicle between these three," said police spokesperson Marlene Lammers. "What happened, we don't know. There's one survivor to this incident. Detectives have not had the opportunity yet to interview her to determine, maybe, what might have happened.
"So obviously, if anybody's seen or heard what happened prior to this, we would ask them to come forward and talk to detectives. Because we're trying to piece it all together."
Police are awaiting information from the lone survivor, Jenkinson, who underwent surgery after she was shot in the hand and leg.
Independence Park is also waiting for some answers, as more crime appears to moving into their part of town.
"There is no neighborhood where you don't have these," Daily said. "It's -- you can't put a label, ‘Here's where it happens, here's where it doesn't.' It happens more frequently in some places than others, but it can happen anywhere."
Police say so far, there is no indication about what led to the dispute or whether drugs were involved. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 561-7867.
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