A 2006 graduate of Bellevue West High School killed two people and wounded a third before he killed himself, police in Colorado say.

Funeral services will be Friday for Michael Anthony Zamora, 30, a staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.

Early on Oct. 19, Zamora fatally shot Savannah McNealy, 22, and Tristian Kemp, 26, according to Fort Collins police. The woman who was injured in the shooting was identified by the Denver Post as Megan Dierker. She was taken to a hospital in Loveland, Colorado, for treatment, police said.

Detectives assigned to the case learned that the four had been out socializing together with a larger group on the evening of Oct. 18. Three of the four, not including Zamora, took a ride-sharing service back to a Fort Collins apartment early on Oct. 19. Shortly after they arrived, investigators said, Zamora shot the three and himself.

A handgun and two rifles registered to Zamora were recovered at the scene, Fort Collins police said.

The Associated Press reported that Zamora and McNealy had been in a romantic relationship.

The Denver Post said Dierker has undergone three surgeries since the shooting. The newspaper reported that family members said she was well enough to speak with relatives and post messages about her deceased friends.

Zamora was assigned to F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming, the Air Force said. The base is about 45 miles north of Fort Collins.

Funeral services for Zamora will be 2 p.m. Friday at Capehart Chapel at 25th Street and Capehart Road in Bellevue. Visitation will begin at the chapel at 1 p.m.

Bellevue Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Survivors include a daughter; his father, Mark; his mother, Vanessa Szynskie; siblings Nikki and AJ McLeay, Jesse Paul and Madeline Zamora, Crystal “Kittie” Zamora and Faith Haven Szynskie; and stepsisters Morgan Fogelman and Jayci Jarvinen.

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