Maggie Leiman ID'd as victim of Army vet son's Indian Hills triple shooting (37)

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Original post, 6:55 a.m. January 22: On Monday night, a young woman frantically dialed 911 and told the dispatcher that her stepbrother had opened fire in the family's Indian Hills home.

By the time Jefferson County Sheriff's Office deputies arrived at the scene, two people were dead and a third was hurt, not including the young woman.

The victims have not yet been identified, but the house belonged to Bruce and Maggie Leiman, who lived there with their two kids, a boy and a girl. See photos, video and details below.

The JCSO marks the time of the 911 call as 10:05 p.m. on January 20. The official report characterizes the incident as a "family disturbance and shooting."

According to 7News, the 911 operator on the line with the young woman heard gunshots and a scream in the background of the call. After that, the dispatcher said, "She can't hear her parents anymore."

The home, on the 23000 block of Pawnee Road, is listed as the home office of Bruce Leiman, a realtor. Here's his Facebook profile photo:

Bruce's Facebook "About" section says he's a graduate of John F. Kennedy High School in Denver and Western State College in Gunnison. He opened his real estate agency in late 1994.

As for Maggie, here's an image from her Facebook page:

Maggie is listed as the owner of Halcyon Travel. This is how she introduces herself on the site:
I'm Maggie Leiman, travel agent & owner of Halcyon Travel and a Certified Sandals Specialist.

Internet Travel sites list hotels and destinations, but offer little else. My years of experience travelling and being in the industry will help you design your perfect trip. From romantic getaways, SCUBA diving trips, to destinations weddings or fun family vacations, I'll handle all the details. Traveling should not be stressful. You can count on me for your peaceful, tranquil, carefree trip.

What took place at the Leiman home certainly doesn't fit the description of tranquility. What happened?

Continue for more about the triple shooting in Indian Hills, including additional photos and a video.

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