Yetter said that the last he had heard, Michael is expected to survive.
“There was a child in the residence, but not around the incident and never in harm’s way,” Yetter added.
Authorities say that no domestic violence issues had been reported to them prior to this incident.
Maria Larrison, CEO of Sheltering Wings, a domestic violence center in Hendricks County, said she hopes that people understand that people don’t just snap and kill.
“Domestic violence is cold and calculating,” she said. “We need more community education about domestic violence so they can step in when they see something out of the ordinary or wrong. We need help getting people out of these situations. It’s just a tragedy. And I hope people will support the child that’s left behind.”
Yetter said the pipe bombs were destroyed at the scene by the IMPD bomb squad early Tuesday morning.
He added that the investigation is ongoing.