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Here's what we know about the four dead in apparent triple murder-suicide near Stone Mountain

This is what we know about the shooting that left four people dead.

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — Four people are dead after a triple murder-suicide near the Stone Mountain area, according to DeKalb County Police. 

Here's what we know about the shooting. 

  • It happened at a home off Isle Royal Court near Parkwest Lane around 9:15 p.m. Tuesday night.
  • The suspect fired "multiple rounds" into two women and one man, before shooting himself. Police found the victims dead outside in the driveway and the carport.
  • The identities of the victims have been released: 33-year-old Whitney Nolbert, 28-year-old Lanisha Mitchell and 40-year-old Daniel Price
  • The suspect has been identified as 62-year-old Howard Jackson.
  • DeKalb County Police said a witness was able to identify the suspect, but police found him dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at his home.
  • Police said they don't know the motive at this time, but they believe this started as a possible domestic dispute. They believe the victims were targeted and that this shooting wasn't random.
  • The people in the shooting knew each other, but police haven't revealed their relation to one another. 
  • The fatal shooting comes on "National Night Out," a yearly event when police and the community come together.

READ: 4 dead in apparent triple murder-suicide near Stone Mountain


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