By Tori Mason
PARKER, Colo. (CBS4) – Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a disturbance call at a home off 6100 Westview Circle in Parker just after 9 p.m. on Sunday.
Deputies said parents in the home were in an argument with their adult son and they called 911 for help.
When deputies got to the house they said shots were fired from inside the home. Deputies did not return fire and called for backup.
Shortly after SWAT officers arrived, flames and smoke were seen coming from the house. Deputies were able to get the parents out of the home before they began more efforts to make contact with the suspect and extinguish the fire.
Once they were able to get inside, they discovered the body of a male. They’re not sure how he died. Authorities have not identified the body.
Authorities said there’s no danger to any neighbors in the surrounding area.
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