http://www.wthr.com/Global/story.asp?S=7630470 A teddy bear shrine has grown on the front steps of the house where 24-year-old Gina Hunt and her 23-month-old son Jordan were shot along with 24-year-old Andrea Yarrell with her 4-month-old daughter Charlii. The children died in their mother's arms. http://www.wthr.com/Global/story.asp?S=7630372&nav=9Tahb4my We are killing each other," said Sheriff Frank Anderson. "And when we start killing babies, that's enough." We will not stop," he said. "I promise you, I promise you, I promise you. We will not stop until we put these people, and I said it earlier - for lack of a better word - put the dogs in the cage." http://wthr.com/Global/story.asp?S=7627241 Police say someone shot and killed Gina Hunt and Andrea Yarrell, both 24, as well as Hunt's infant son, Jordan, and Andrea's four-month-old daughter Charlii. Hunt, Yarrell and Hunt's son died at the scene. Charlii Yarrell was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Police believe the babies were shot in their mother's arms. http://www.wthr.com/global/story.asp?s=7624400 Police say Gina Hunt and Andrea Yarrell, both 24, and Hunt's 23-month-old son Jordan, died at the scene. Charlii Yarrell, a four-month-old baby girl, was pronounced dead at 1:33 a.m. after being transported in critical condition with multiple gunshot wounds to Methodist Hospital. Police are certain that the babies were shot in their mothers' arms. They found a small amount of marijuana, guns and a safe in the home and believe the suspects, two men, fled on foot.