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Wheeler County Murder-Suicide
Thursday, 08 December 2011

December 8--  The GBI is unsure why a Wheeler County man killed a co-worker and then killed himself according to GBI Ageny Todd Lowery.

Forty-nine-year old Terry Hall was fatally shot when he arrived at work Tuesday morning at a trucking business about six miles southwest of Alamo.  The shooter, 32-year-old Elliott White, also fired at, but missed a woman who drove Hall to work.  

She alerted authorities who arrived to find White dead in a nearby wooded area.  Lowery says White died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Still Waiting on Ballistics Results in Vidalia Case

Meanwhile, Agent Lowery says the GBI is still awaiting results of ballistics testing in the Thanksgiving shooting which killed a 19-year-old Vidalia man. 

The GBI believes a Vidalia police officer was fired on by Trey Hunter and returned fire which hit the teenager in the head.

Lowery says it could  be a while before he gets results back from the state crime lab.

 
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