UPDATED: 5:30 p.m.
Jones will now be charged with three counts of murder, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of an instrument of crime.
One child was 4 years old, the other only 10 months.
Homicide Capt. Jason Smith said Jones then shot herself but survived, and she admitted to shooting them while in the ambulance. Jones asked them not to save her, but Smith said she's expected to be okay.
Most of the neighbors didn't want to talk about what had happened. For some, it was too sad and too difficult to comprehend. One woman, who was OK to speak but didn’t want to be identified, said her boyfriend was startled by the sound.
"It's kind of hard to understand what happened or what was going through her mind, because you don't know what someone is going through."
Smith said he's not sure why Jones' husband was at the house as the two were having marriage problems and he was staying somewhere else.
Police believe their issues involved child support payments.
Smith also said she legally bought the gun she used to shoot her husband and daughters earlier Monday. They are now investigating and trying to determine what led to the shooting.