DETROIT — Four people slain during a shooting rampage in northwest Detroit have been identified.

The Wayne County medical examiner’s office says 24-year-old Cierra Bargaineer, 21-year-old Kristin Thomas, 60-year-old Raphael Hall and 22-year-old Ja-Mon Thomas were killed Monday.

Bargaineer, Kristin Thomas and Hall were gunned down about 8:50 a.m. outside a gas station by 27-year-old George Anthony Davis Jr.

Bargaineer and Kristin Thomas were inside an SUV. Hall was killed while pumping gas into the vehicle. Ja-Mon Thomas later was shot to death about a mile away.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol says Davis shot himself Monday afternoon while fleeing troopers southwest of Toledo. He later died at a hospital.

Bargaineer was the mother of Davis’ child. Hall was Bargaineer’s father. Ja-Mon Thomas has been identified as Davis’ cousin.

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