LAMOINE, Maine (NEWS MAKER) -- One man is dead and three injured after a shooting in a Lamoine home early Sunday morning.
Police say 32 Lawrence "Randy" Sinclair of Ellsworth died at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor Sunday afternoon.
Another man, 34-year-old Torrey Garland, of Ellsworth, is at EMMC with life-threatening injuries.
The two other men are in less-serious condition.
Michael Carter, 30, of Lamoine is being treated at EMMC, and Joshua McKinney, 35, of Ellsworth, is being treated at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital in Ellsworth.
According to State Police spokesman Steve McCausland, the shooting happened around 4:30 a.m. at 749 Douglas Highway in Lamoine.
Police have not said if they have a suspected shooter in mind -- or if they know why it happened.
Police say six people were at the home at the time of the shooting.
A female inside the home reported the shooting and requested medical assistance.
The home is owned by Carter and 22-year-old Tacy Mullins.
"We're trying to figure out the relationship with all the parties involved, and what led up to the shooting," said Coleman.
A neighbor across the street said he heard 10 gunshots Sunday morning.
"This is crazy," said neighbor Harold Pottle. "This kind of thing don't happen in Lamoine."
Police prepared a search warrant Sunday afternoon to collect evidence inside of the home.
The sixth person home at the time of the shooting was not injured.