Who was Kentavious White, McDonald’s, Moultrie shooting suspect?


Kentavious White has been diagnosed because the suspect in multiple taking pictures incidents in Moultrie, Georgia
The 26-year-antique shot his mother, grandmother and manager before taking his very own life, authorities said
The supervisor has been diagnosed as Amia Smith

Kentavious White has been recognized because the suspect in more than one taking pictures incidents in Moultrie, Georgia on Thursday. The 26-yr-antique shot his mother, grandmother and manager earlier than taking his own lifestyles, government said.


A security camera recorded White happening a taking pictures spree at a fast meals restaurant in Moultrie, a rural south Georgia town. He killed a McDonald’s manager, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation stated.

The manager has been identified as Amia Smith, who became 41 years old. All three victims have been found useless while police arrived, GBI further stated in its statement.

Smith and White have been determined dead at the store. The women were shot at neighboring houses much less than 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) away. One died on the way to the health center.

All three of the slain ladies appeared to have been shot more than one times, Colquitt County Coroner C. Verlyn told The Associated Press.

Authorities stated that the ladies were Kentavious White’s 50-year-vintage mother and 74-yr-antique grandmother. They had been neighbors.

One woman, who lives across the 6th Street Southwest road, informed WALB News 18 that she heard about six to seven photographs at around 12 AM on Thursday.

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

The our bodies of the victims have been despatched to the GBI’s Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsies, according to the coroner.