From the Portland Press Herald: The delayed response to an emergency call in Winslow, Maine, that ended in a murder-suicide has prompted officials to review the town's street names and consider changing ones that sound alike.

The review comes in response to apparent confusion on June 6, when dispatchers sent police to the wrong address, delaying officers' arrival to the shooting scene by several minutes.

Officers initially were sent to 4 Murray Lane, when the emergency was at 4 Marie St. Read the entire article here.