http://www.kfvs12.com/Global/story.asp?S=11389377 CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Police released the names of the mother and son killed early Tuesday morning. Jamie Orman, 30, and 15-year-old Derrick Orman were found shot to death at 1224 North Missouri Avenue, according to the Cape Girardeau/Bollinger County Major Case Squad. The house is near Southeast Missouri State University. Family members of Jamie Orman say she was several months pregnant. Police say Orman's 14-year-old son called 911 a little after 5 a.m. The 14 year old and a nine-year-old boy, both sons of the woman, were in the home at the time of the shooting. Sgt. Jason Selzer with the Cape Girardeau Police Department says the two younger boys have been questioned and they didn't see anything even though they were inside the home. Selzer also says even though someone broke into the home, no one needs to worry about someone running around breaking into homes. Police say there is evidence of forced entry to a door. Selzer says the suspect most likely targeted at least the female victim. However, neighbors say they never heard any gunshots. Authorities have removed the bodies from the home. The Cape Girardeau County Coroner tells Heartland News autopsies will be performed Tuesday afternoon. The Major Case Squad has been activated. Police won't say if they've found a weapon, but Selzer says 30 officers are working on this case and only this case. Police have no suspects or people of interest at this time. This Cape Girardeau crime strikes a big blow to the Perry County school district. Superintendent Kevin Dunn tells Heartland News Derrick Orman was a sophomore at Perryville High School. His two younger brothers also attend school in Perryville. Dunn says as a school family, they're trying to do everything they can to meet the needs of their students. Counselors spent time Tuesday at both the high school and middle school and Dunn says they'll be back on campus Wednesday. Police are calling this a double homicide. However, given the fact that Jamie Orman was pregnant According to Missouri state case law from State of MO v Holcomb, decided on September 9, 1997: "The fact that a mother of a pre-born child may have been granted certain legal rights to terminate the pregnancy does not preclude the prosecution of a third party for murder in the case of a killing of a child not consented to by the mother; thus person who forcibly aborts a fetus against the will of the woman by physically restraining or assaulting the woman may be prosecuted for the murder of the unborn child."