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Police release photos of suspect, announce reward in downtown Athens shooting

Surveillance camera images of the suspect in a downtown Athens shooting

Athens-Clarke County police on Monday released photographs and requested the public’s help in identifying a suspect who shot at a car two weeks ago in downtown Athens.

A reward for information that identifies the shooter was also announced by police.

In the Feb. 26 incident, the suspect fired shots from a handgun at a black sedan that was driving on East Clayton Street near College Avenue at about 2:25 a.m. according to police.

The suspect was later picked up by someone driving a white van, police said.

No injuries were reported to have resulted from the shooting.

Detectives believe the driver of the van could have been someone that provided a ride to the shooter, unaware that he was involved in the incident, police said.

Surveillance camera images of a van connected to a downtown Athens shooting incident

Police asked for anyone with information regarding the shooting or has recorded video of the incident--or of the suspect or van earlier that night in the downtown area--on a dashcam, cellphone or other device to contact Detective Hovie Lister at 762-400-7333 or or Sgt. Gregory Dickson at 762-400-7070 or

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that identifies he suspect.

Calls can be made anonymously on the Crime Stoppers confidential tip line at 706- 705-4775

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Jane Adams
Jane Adams
07. März 2022

It’s OBVIOUS this is all tit for tat gang related crap. The shooting was obviously targeted as compared to just random. It doesn’t matter if he gets arrested, the district attorney won’t prosecute the case. Why even bother?! Commissioner Parker and the mayor will just blame the police for the shooting

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