Atlanta, Georgia 2021-06-11 17:34:00 –
Update (CBS46) — A 19-year-old child faces a weapons breach after being shot outside South Lake Mall on Thursday.
Cody Wilson was charged after about 25 bullets were fired outside the mall. Police say an internal verbal quarrel spilled into the parking lot where the bullet was fired.
A 28-year-old man was shot in his thigh and was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital with a life-threatening injury.
Police have said the shooting investigation is not over and details will be announced as they become available.
Update (CBS46) — After shooting at South Lake Mall, one was taken to hospital and at least seven were detained.
CBS46 Zac Summers reports that the victim was identified as a 28-year-old man. This man has been shot in the thigh and is expected to be okay.
Preliminary research showed that the two groups were arguing inside the mall and eventually escalated outside the mall and began firing at each other.
Police said at least 25 cartridge cases were found.
According to the authorities, several vehicles collided during the shooting and the authorities are in the process of notifying the owners of those vehicles.
CBS46 is still in use and will be available as updates become available.
Clayton County, Georgia (CBS46)-Police flocked to Morrow’s Southlake Mall Thursday afternoon following reports of shootings.
Chopper46 lived on a scene where you can see what looks like police heavyweights, ambulances, and evidence markers in mall parking lots. One was seen on a stretcher being carried to an ambulance.
CBS46 spoke with someone in the mall who said the incident happened inside Macy’s and probably spilled into the parking lot. The stores in the mall are closed.
Witnesses working nearby sent a video of the scene when paramedics arrived at the scene.
I hope everyone at South Lake Mall is safe and okay
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