http://www.kptv.com/news/22553478/detail.html GRESHAM, Ore. -- An off-duty Clackamas County deputy is responsible for a shooting at a Gresham restaurant that left three people dead and one critically injured, police said Saturday. Jeffrey Grahn, a 46-year-old deputy from Boring, shot his wife and two other women before he killed himself at the M & M Restaurant on Friday night, Gresham police said. Police spokesman Sgt. Rick Wilson said officers responded to the restaurant and lounge Friday night after receiving a report of shots fired. They found four people with gunshot wounds. Grahn and 53-year-old Kathleen Hoffmeister were pronounced dead at the scene, officers said. Grahn's wife, 47-year-old Charlotte Grahn, was taken to Legacy Emanuel Hospital with critical injuries. She died Saturday. The third victim, 53-year-old Victoria Sculmerich, is in critical condition at the Oregon Health & Science University. Grahn was employed by the sheriff's office for the past 15 years. He was in good standing with the sheriff's office prior to his death, according to a sheriff's spokesman. Police said numerous witnesses were interviewed in connection with the crime. Major crimes detectives are still investigating and anyone else who witnessed the incident is asked to call police at 503-618-2719.