Two men are dead and another was seriously injured after two shootings overnight in Maine.
State police said one man was shot and killed after a shootout with Cumberland County Sheriff's deputies at a mobile home on Songo School Road in Naples.
The man has been identified as 59-year-old Norman Strobel, of Naples.
After further investigation, police discovered the body of another man inside the mobile home. That man has been identified as 55-year-old Richard Dickema.
Police had been searching for Strobel after a man was shot late Saturday night at a camp on Winifred Lane in Casco. That man, identified as Jason Almeida, was shot four times and is being treated at an area hospital. Police said Almeida's girlfriend, Alyssa Goulet, 32, of Middletown, Rhode Island, also staying at the camp, escaped injury.
Police said Strobel had a protection order issued against him on Goulet's behalf, and he had taken her two dogs recently. The dogs were safely located at the mobile home on Sunday.
None of the deputies involved were injured. State police and the Maine Attorney General’s Office are investigating the incident.