MICHIGAN CITY, IN — Michigan City Police Department has disclosed an update on the shocking discovery of two deceased adults in an apartment at Normandy Village.
The victims have been identified as 23-year-old Corey Robinson Jr. and 20-year-old Kaliya Harrington, both residents of Michigan City.
According to Captain Kevin Urbanczyk, Investigative Division Commander, officers responded to a distress call on August 22nd at 11:42 AM reporting an unconscious individual at an apartment on Normandy Drive. Upon arriving at the scene, law enforcement discovered the lifeless bodies of Robinson Jr. and Harrington, both of whom had been shot.
Following an exhaustive preliminary investigation, detectives determined that the incident was a domestic dispute that tragically escalated into a homicide-suicide involving the young couple. Authorities confirmed that this was an isolated occurrence, dispelling any concerns of an ongoing threat to the community.
Autopsies conducted on August 23rd substantiated the findings, shedding light on the heart-wrenching circumstances that led to the loss of two young lives. The Michigan City Police Department expressed its gratitude to first responders, including the Michigan City Fire Department, LaPorte County EMS, and the LaPorte County Coroner’s Office, for their assistance in managing the distressing situation.
The department is encouraging individuals with any additional information to come forward and assist in their investigation. Those willing to contribute can contact Sergeant Lendell Hood at (219) 874-3221, extension 1074, or reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.