Cory Hall death and obituary: A Saturday shooting incident near Wren Avenue killed one man. The victim of the incident has been identified as Cory Hall.
In another shooting, two teenagers were shot, and one died later at the hospital while being treated. However, it has not been confirmed whether the two incidents are connected.
However, Police officers have arrested two suspects concerning these two shootings. Let’s take a detailed look at what happened and the shooters’ motive for the shooting.
Cory Hall Death And Obituary
According to Bibb County Sheriff’s office, Corey Maurice Hall, 25-year-old was shot several times in Anthony Homes, a neighborhood of the Housing Authority along Eisenhower Parkway.
Police claimed that Hall and many others were by a parked car when a car came by, and a person inside the vehicle opened Fire.
Hall was taken to the Atrium Health Navicent facility. At 10:39 pm, he was pronounced dead. Moreover, no information about Cory Hall’s family and relatives has been made public. As a result, it is unknown who the shooting victim was and where he was from.
They must be in shock and devastated after the sudden death of their loved one. We send heartfelt condolences to the Hall family and hope they will find the strength to cope with the tragedy.
Macon Bird City Shooting – Keymarion Manor Death
There was another shooting on Wren Avenue on Thursday. Two teenagers were shot. The Bibb County coroner Leon Jones said two teenagers were shot in Macon’s Bird City area Thursday afternoon.
The victims are identified as Jordon Collins, 18, and Keymarion Manor, 19. Emergency service operators took them to the hospital as both of them were injured.
The 19-year-old Keymarion Manor later died from a headshot wound on Friday. Medica professionals at Atrium Heath Navicent pronounced him dead at 2:30 pm Friday.
On the other hand, the 18-year-old Jordon Collins’ wound is not considered life-threatening, and he is in stable condition.
Just before 12:30 pm, according to Sgt. Christopher Williams, they got a ShotSpotter alarm that two individuals were exchanging gunfire close to Wren Avenue. Authorities have been silent regarding the connection between the two cases. Two incidents have gained considerable media attention.
Raymond Nottingham And Jadarrious Markell Sears Were Arrested And Charged
The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jadarrious Markell Sears, 18, of Macon and Raymond Nottingham, 27, of Warner Robins in connection with the shooting.
The suspects were detained and transferred to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division to be questioned, according to a press release. They were reportedly charged after the interviews and brought to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center.
Moreover, Nottingham is being held without bond on four counts of aggravated assault, one count of possession of a controlled substance, one count of parole violation, and one count of a traffic offense.
Likewise, Sears is being held for four counts of aggravated assault and one misdemeanor probation violation without bond. Investigations are ongoing on the incident and its circumstances.
The motive of the shooters has also not been discovered.