2 dead, 1 injured after domestic disturbance in Bellevue

Both men who died were said to be in their late 50s, police said.

Associated Press

BELLEVUE — Two people died and another was injured after a domestic disturbance, authorities said.

The Bellevue Police Department responded to a call Monday at 11:20 p.m. of a domestic disturbance near Interlake High School, where officers found a man and a woman with serious injuries.

Another man was also found on the scene and had unknown injuries, authorities said. All three were taken to the hospital.

Two of the three died. Both were identified to be in their late 50s, police said.

An investigation is ongoing. One person is in custody.

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