Georgia Man Goes on Shooting Spree, Killing 3

A peaceful small town in Moultrie, Georgia, was raised high in shock on Thursday morning when locals were informed of a shooting incident. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) identified the gunman as 26-year-old Kentavious White.

The tragedy transpired when White arrived at a McDonald’s located in the 500 block of 1st Avenue SE. A surveillance video review showed that White asked his manager, Amia Smith, to come to the door and then proceeded to shoot her. White further entered the establishment and took his own life.

The GBI later stumbled upon a female victim that had been shot at the residence on the 1100 block of 6th Street SW. The wounded woman was subsequently taken to the medical center for treatment but was pronounced deceased upon arrival. A second female casualty was found dead at a property neighboring the home where the first victim was found.

The identities of the two female victims are yet to be made available by the GBI. However, WALB sources suggest that the two deceased women could be White’s mother and grandmother. Investigators have yet to ascertain the motive behind the mass shooting, though the GBI’s crime lab will be performing an autopsy to consider the evidence.

The tragedy of three innocent lives lost has rocked the local community and is rumored to have left many questions unanswered. The GBI investigation is ongoing, with hopes that more information will be provided to the public soon.