NASCAR great Jimmie Johnson’s in-laws found shot to death in Oklahoma

Three relatives of seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson were found shot to death in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

The victims: The bodies of Jack Janway, 69; Terry Janway, 68; and Dalton Janway, 11, were discovered in a home in Muskogee.
* The victims are the parents and nephew of Johnson’s wife, Chandra Janway.

Investigation details: The police spokesperson Lynn Hamlin mentioned they believe Terry Janway shot her husband and grandson before shooting herself.
* Police responded to a disturbance call involving a gun and discovered one body near the front door. After hearing another gunshot, they found two other bodies inside.

Reaction from NASCAR: NASCAR and Johnson’s race team, Legacy Motor Club, offered condolences and support to the Johnson and Janway families.
* Legacy Motor Club announced on Twitter it was withdrawing Johnson’s No. 84 Carvana Chevrolet from the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series event in Chicago due to this tragic incident.
* NASCAR expressed its deep support and condolences to the families during this trying time.

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