LISTEN: Dispatch audio from Va. shooting where teen allegedly killed girlfriend's parents

Police on scene Friday of a fatal shooting in Fairfax County. (Photo, ABC7)

ABC7 News has obtained dispatch audio from the Friday shooting where a teen was charged with shooting and killing his girlfriend's parents in their home.

In it, police can be heard saying that the couple's daughter called 911 and as well as the sounds of shots being fired.

The full audio can be heard below, courtesy of Broadcastify.

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The 17-year-old is currently in the hospital in life-threatening condition after shooting himself following the shooting of Buckley Kuhn Fricker, 43, and her husband Scott Fricker, 48.

Police were called to the 2600 block of Black Fir Court around 5 a.m. Friday morning because of the shooting.

The boy, who is from Lorton, knew both Buckley and Scott and allegedly shot them after being confronted by them inside the house, according to police.

Janet Kuhn, the mother of Buckley, told ABC7's Melissa DiPane that the suspect was the boyfriend of the couple's daughter. Buckley and Scott had been trying to keep their daughter away from him, describing him as dangerous.

Buckley was an attorney specializing in elder law and ran a geriatric care company. Neighbors say the family had just moved into this home a few months ago.

Four other family members were in the house during the shooting but were not hurt, officials say.

Police have not said if the suspect will be charged as an adult. Because of his medical condition, he has not yet been served with his charging papers.

The shooting remains under investigation and police are asking anyone with information on the incident to call them at 703-691-2131.

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