Cleveland (AP) -- Authorities say a Cleveland man suspected of killing his newlywed wife, his sister-in-law and three young children has killed himself as police prepared to arrest him.
Across the street, several dozen people lined up behind yellow police tape and cheered as a sheet covered stretcher was removed from the house where ex-convict Davon Crawford shot himself in the head.
A relative said the Crawfords had recently married. A 2-month-old baby found unharmed at the murder scene is believed to belong to the couple.
Police say it appears that some sort of domestic argument sparked yesterday's shootings.
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