ATLANTA (Reuters) – A gunman shot lifeless three individuals at a house in Stone Mountain, Georgia, late on Tuesday, after which drove house and killed himself, mentioned police.
The a number of slayings within the unincorporated group in DeKalb County, about 20 miles northeast of Atlanta, seems to be a part of a potential home dispute, Police Maj. Jerry Lewis advised the information media.
Three adults, two ladies and one man, have been discovered lifeless in a driveway and in a carport after a taking pictures was reported about 9:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Lewis mentioned.
A witness noticed the suspected shooter drive away from the house. The witness knew the suspect and police went to the person’s house about 2 miles away and located him lifeless from an obvious self-inflicted gunshot, Lewis mentioned.
“This isn’t a random incident, there is no such thing as a menace to the group,” Lewis mentioned.
The identities of the lifeless weren’t launched, pending notification of next-of-kin. Nobody else was shot, police mentioned.
All of the individuals knew one another, however their relationships weren’t disclosed.
Reporting by Wealthy McKay in Atlanta