Orlando police ID 2 found dead in apartment

Neighbors, property management say child involved in disturbance

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police have identified the couple killed in an apartment complex Friday.

Renee Collins, 26, and Peterson Delhomme, 25, were found dead in the Eagle Reserve Apartments on Cinderlane Parkway.

The couple had a young son who is now said to be staying with family. A GoFundMe page has been set up by family and friends to help with the funeral and support for the child.

[Donate to Collins' GoFundMe | Donate to Delhomme's GofundMe]

Police have not released many details about the incident, only that they are investigating two homicides.

The lack of information has neighbors worried. Many of them said they are too afraid to talk on camera. An armed security guard now walks around the neighborhood following the crimes.

Over the weekend, another man was found dead in his apartment nearby.

"I think that's crazy, you never know when you are going to go. You never know when it's your time," said a neighbor who didn't want to be identified.

As Local 6 News was on the property, a family was moving into the complex.

"We were unloading them, moving them in, we saw a security guard, armed security guard, and that made me feel a lot better," said Perry.

Perry said he was a little nervous to learn his family friends were moving in following the recent incidents.

"I know that there's been problems here before," Perry said.

Delhomme was said to have worked as a security guard himself, and Renee was described as a loving mother and sister.

Anyone with any information on the homicides is asked to contact Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS. Callers may remain anonymous.