Canfield reported that the suspect, Dennis Gurney, 52, died “as a direct result of a gunshot wound to his head from a handgun” and had no other wounds.
After a half-hour standoff, Kinterknecht was shot and died of a single shotgun round causing “multiple wounds to his left lateral chest,” according to a county news release.
The shootings occurred at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Services for Kinterknecht, at which the governor and other dignitaries will speak, is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday at Lloyd McMillan Gymnasium at Montrose High. It is open to the public.