MCDONOUGH, Ga. (AP) – UPDATE: New details have emerged in an investigation into the shooting death of a young Georgia couple found dead in a car on Thanksgiving.
Police in suburban Atlanta have arrested a teenager, saying he shot and killed 18-year-old Savannah Fulmer and 19-year-old Dahmir Robinson in a drug-related robbery.
McDonough police Maj. Kyle Helgerson told local news outlets that 17-year-old Aljahon Joyner was arrested Friday and charged with two counts of murder.
Joyner is also charged with feticide because Fulmer was pregnant. Joyner has been charged as an adult and remains jailed without bail on Monday.
Fulmer had been a senior softball player at Eagles Landing High School. Her coach says the team will retire Fulmer’s number.
MCDONOUGH, Ga. (AP) — Police in Georgia are searching for the person or people who shot a teenage couple to death and left them in a family member’s parked car on Thanksgiving morning.
News outlets report McDonough Police found the bodies of 18-year-old Savannah Fulmer and 19-year-old Dahmir Robinson in a car parked in a cul-de-sac early Thursday. Neighbor Jamie Aldonado told WSB-TV they initially thought the two teens were sleeping, then noticed Robinson had suffered a gunshot wound. Police confirmed to news outlets the two had been dating and were in a relative’s car.
Aldonado said they didn’t see any bullet holes in the vehicle.
A softball coach at Eagle’s Landing High School confirmed Fulmer was a student there and an athlete on the team. The district added that grief counselors would be available.