INMAN, S.C. (WSPA) — Five people have died after they were found shot in an Inman home Sunday.

On Tuesday, October 11 Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright said that James Douglas Drayton was arrested Monday and confessed to the murders.

This is a 7NEWS update. The previous story can be read below:

Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office deputies and the coroner responded around 8:30 p.m. Sunday to a house on Bobo Drive where they discovered four people dead inside.

A fifth person was taken to Spartanburg Regional Medical Center where they died in surgery.

On Tuesday the coroner’s office identified that victim as being 19-year-old Roman Christean Megael Rocha, who was living at the residence.

The coroner said the victims were all found in different areas of the home, and some had multiple gunshot wounds.

“The sheriff’s office, my office, nobody’s going to let up — not even the prosecutors office is not going to let up on this,” said Spartanburg County Coroner Rusty Clevenger. “They’re all hands on deck. Everybody is really working hard on this.”

The Spartanburg County Coroner’s Office identified three of the victims Monday evening as 37-year-old Thomas Ellis Anderson, 32-year-old Adam Daniel Morley and 59-year-old Mark Allen Hewitt. The coroner said Anderson and Morley lived at the home, and Hewitt was staying at the home at the time of his death.

The coroner confirmed that none of the victims are related.

A neighbor told 7NEWS they were surprised when they arrived home Sunday night and found a large deputy presence on their street.

“There are not really a lot of bad things that happen in my neighborhood,” said Taihron Heaven. “Mostly everyone out here is family and primarily stays to themselves.”

The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office said their investigation is active, and they are not able to release any additional information.