May 4, 2023

USA: Shooter Murdered His Mom, Grandmother, And Then Murdered His Female Early Morning Manager At McDonalds Where The Shooter Had Been An Employee In Georgia. Then Shot Himself.

Murder is already a crime. We don't have a gun problem. We have a lack of self-control problem, a criminal supremacists problem and a Commie Democrats local district attorney's, judges, parole officers soft on crime problem, not doing shit to catch the criminals as in crimes go unsolved, and when they do catch the criminals, they immediately release them back onto the streets to allow them to continue terrorizing the community. These same people siding with the criminals want to take away YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to keep and bear arms in order to defend yourself, your business, your family and home against these criminal supremacists and a tyrannical government. Remember, criminals DO NOT obey laws. Therefore, criminals will have access to guns through gun trafficking venues and you will be left defenseless with no guns because the same government siding with criminals THEY'RE ALLOWING to terrorize you with guns said they wanted to keep you safe from guns. The anti-gun prosecutors are not even prosecuting gun crimes. But god forbid you kill an intruder, robber or rapist in self-defense in your home or on your private property, these same Commie Democrat district attorneys or prosecutors will charge you with murder and have you locked up for years in prison. (emphasis mine)
11Alive published May 4, 2023: Man kills mother, grandmother, McDonald's manager before dying by suicide in south Georgia town. The shooter killed his mother and grandmother at two neighboring homes and killed a woman at a McDonald's restaurant in downtown Moultrie. 
WTXL - Tallahassee, FL published May 4, 2023: Two shootings leave four dead in Moultrie. The Colquitt County Coroner C. Verlyn Brock confirmed four people were shot and killed in Moultrie Thursday morning. News, Albany, GA local
written by WALB News Team and Lenah Allen
Thursday May 4, 2023

MOULTRIE, GA - Four people, including the suspected shooter, are dead following three shooting incidents in Moultrie, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). The identities of the suspected shooter and one of the victims have been released.

The GBI said the suspected shooter was Kentavious White, 26, of Moultrie. The assistant manager of the alleged shooter was identified as Amia Smith, 41.

Moultrie police requested the GBI’s help after a man and woman were found dead at a McDonald’s in the 500 block of First Avenue SE early Thursday morning.

After taking a look at the security footage, the GBI said White arrived at the restaurant and called for Smith to answer the door. Smith was then killed by White’s gunshot, GBI confirmed. White is then seen walking into the restaurant and then shooting himself, according to a release.

While at the scene, police say they were alerted to respond to another shooting. The suspected shooter’s mother, 50, was found with a gunshot wound, but still alive in the 1100 block of 6th Street SW. Officials confirmed she was taken to a hospital but later died from her injuries.

Police then responded to a third shooting incident. The suspected shooter’s grandmother, 74, was shot to death next door in her home, officials confirmed.

One woman WALB News 10 spoke with lives across the street from the 6th Street Southwest shooting when the incident happened. She said she heard about six to seven shots being fired around 12 a.m. on Thursday but didn’t see anything when she checked outside.

Tanner Strickland, a Moultrie resident, said what happened doesn’t seem real.

“It’s heartbreaking. Let the family be in your thoughts and prayers and the community of Moultrie,” he said.

The names of the mother and grandmother of the alleged shooter have yet to be released.

The bodies of the victims have been sent to the GBI’s Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsies, per the coroner.
Moultrie Observer, Georgia local
written by Kevin C. Hall, Kasmira Smith and Jim Zachary
Thursday May 4, 2023

MOULTRIE, Ga. — Investigators said late Thursday the rural Georgia man who shot and killed three people and then turned the gun on himself is believed to be Kentavious White, a 26-year-old Moultrie, Georgia man.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said, in a prepared statement, when police arrived at the scene where the shooter's mother and grandmother had been shot, one of the women was still alive. She was taken to a local hospital where she later died.

After the gunman shot and killed his 50-year-old mother and 74-year-old grandmother he went to the local McDonald’s restaurant where he shot the 41-year-old assistant manager to death before killing himself, authorities said.

GBI spokesman Nelly Miles said in the statement, "After reviewing the surveillance footage, agents saw that White arrived at the restaurant, got his manager, Amia Smith, to come to the door. White shot Smith, killing her. White is then seen entering the restaurant where he takes his own life with a self-inflicted gunshot."

Colquitt County Coroner Verlyn Brock told The Moultrie Observer the gunman shot his mother and grandmother in their own homes, located next door to each other in the small South Georgia town.

Brock said he didn’t know what the connection was between the shooter and the McDonald’s employee.

The coroner said he was in Macon — about two hours away — when got the call regarding the shooting at about 9 a.m. He then returned to Moultrie to pronounce the victims dead at 11:05 a.m.

Brock said he believes the shootings happened earlier Thursday morning.

The Moultrie Police Department and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are investigating the fatal shooting incidents.

Investigators released very little information Thursday morning saying that the next of kin had not been fully notified and that the crime scenes were still being processed.

Shortly after the shootings, GBI Special Agent Jamy Steinberg, said, “We are investigating multiple incidents and there are fatalities involved" in an emailed statement to the Moultrie Observer, but declined to provide additional details.

The GBI said it will be performing autopsies.

Moultrie Chief of Police Sean Ladson said, shortly after the shooting, there was no immediate threat to the public.

Georgia Pines, the state-contracted mental health provider for the region, and the Moultrie Police Department Co-Responder Team are offering support services to residents.

“Due to the situations that have happened recently as well as concerns of overall mental health, we want to remind community members that Georgia Pines is available to provide services for them,” Julio Ginel, a Georgia Pines clinical co-responder, said Thursday by phone.

The Associated Press reported that a person who lived next door to the gunman and his mother, two doors down from the grandmother, told AP his wife heard shots fired before 1 a.m. Thursday, while he was asleep. The man also said the police responded to a separate complaint earlier in the week when a gun was fired in the neighboring yard.

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