Man shot to death while visiting for Thanksgiving in Gwinnett Co.
Gwinnett County Police are investigating an early morning homicide in unincorporated Lilburn. A 30-year-old Hispanic man was found with gunshot wounds to his upper body at a residence on Barnaby Ct., police said, and later died at a hospital. "The victim does not reside at the address and was visiting friends/family for Thanksgiving," police said in a release. There was no information yet about a suspect, but detectives said they do not believe the crime is random.Police said they were called just before 3 a.m. to the location on Friday morning,The man is not yet being identified by police while they notify his family.
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The shooting deaths of two teens found dead inside a parked vehicle Thanksgiving morning has sparked a mystery for which Georgia authorities, so far, have few answers.
McDonough Police identified the victims as 19-year-old Dahmir Robinson and 18-year-old Savannah Fulmer, neither of who lived in the neighborhood where they were discovered,reported.
Residents on New Orleans Way said they first spotted the car in the early hours of the morning, parked somewhat awkwardly in the cul-de-sac. Passers-by assumed its occupants were sleeping until someone peered inside the window and spotted their injuries.
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The dead included students and adults, some of whom were shot outside the school and others inside the sprawling three-story building. Mr. Cruz was arrested in Coral Springs, a neighboring city a couple of miles from the school, about an hour after fleeing the scene, the authorities said.
“To me, it just looked weird,” neighbor Jamie Aldonado told. “And as I approached the car, I immediately saw the male passenger had a bullet wound.”
The teens, who had been dating for about three years, were found inside a car belonging to one of Fulmer’s relatives. It’s unclear whether the shooting happened where the car was found or elsewhere.
Authorities have additionally speculated that because there were no bullet holes in the car, that the young couple was fatally shot – both in the head – outside the vehicle and then placed inside of it.
Law enforcement officers have not yet uncovered a motive or suspect in the case and have called on the community to come forward with any details they may have.
“Right now, we’re just asking for the public’s help to generate any leads, any information we can use,” Detective William Poss told.
He declined to say why the teens were in the neighborhood and whether a weapon was recovered on the scene.
Robinson was a recent graduate of Woodland High School while Fulmer had just entered her final year at Eagles Landing High School. She was a popular student and well-known for her athletic abilities.
“Savannah had a kind heart and a sweet spirit," her former softball coach, Brittany Lewis said.
"She always gave me hug and told me how much she was having playing the game. I will always remember her as I step on the field from here on out.”
Georgia teen arrested in Thanksgiving shooting deaths of pregnant high school student and boyfriend .
A Georgia teen has been arrested for killing a pregnant high school student and her boyfriend, both of whom were found fatally shot inside a relative’s car on the morning of Thanksgiving. Dahmir Robinson, 19, and his 18-year-old girlfriend, Savannah Fulmer, were found dead inside a vehicle parked in the cul-de-sac of a McDonough neighborhood. The tragedy left authorities mystified and they remained without a motive or suspect until Friday, when they arrested Aljahon Joyner in connection with the case.