Shooting in Atlanta – live: Suspected woman Raisa Kengne was detained at the airport as two dead, one injured in city ​​center attack

woman arrested in Triple shooting downtown

The woman was arrested after three people were shot in Midtown Atlanta on Monday, city the police said.

The Atlanta Police Department said it had a suspect in custody. in shootings on cityx international airport after evacuation from the scene of in crime.

According to media reports, this suspect was Raisa Kengne, information safety manager who seems to have named two of victims in line of social media messages and conspiracy lawsuit against her.

Officials named two people who died as Wesley Freeman, 41, and Michael Shinners, 60. Mr. Freeman was a longtime employee at Miss Kengne former accounting firm while Mr. Schinners was described in her claim as manager of her apartment complex.

Officers are still investigating why the shooting occurred, but said they believe the victims were targeted.

Shooting started just until 14:00 in city ​​center, two left people dead as well as one injured.


Cause behind Shooting in downtown, casualties unclear – Atlanta police

Atlanta police officials said reason behind Monday’s shooting incident didn’t immediately clear up, and they didn’t know what prompted attack or whether the victims were targeted.

However, the police confirmed that they were able to find the suspect in the shooting at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. just hours after the incident with in help of “extensive camera network”.


ATP also names suspect as Raissa Kengne

US Bureau Source of Alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives (known as ATF) confirmed the identity of the suspect as Raissa Kengne, according to VSBTV Channel 2.

A source said Ms Kengne was arrested by ATF agents at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. with 9mm Glock pistol in her purse after the taxi company told officers they had taken her there.

The ATF was among numerous local and federal law enforcement agencies to receive commendations from the Atlanta Police Department. on Monday.


victims mother in law says out

The woman spoke out claiming to mother in law of shooting victim Wesley Freeman.

“Please pray for my familyJanice Gardner said. on facebook on Monday. “My daughters husband Wes was one of victims in shooting today. He passed away a couple of hours back. Thanks for your prayers.”


Pictured: Suspect arrested in Atlanta airport as two dead in shooting

The Atlanta Police Department has arrested a woman suspect. who allegedly shot dead two injured and injured one Another in in city on Monday, according to officials.

The suspected woman was detained by police at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and “taken into custody without incident.”

Visuals from the airport showed a female suspect in handcuffs at the airport. Witnesses present at the time of the police take women the prisoner stated that events leading to arrest were discreet and did not endanger safety of present at the airport.

“***Suspect in custody***,” they tweeted shortly after.

APD says what city”extensive camera network”helped them find the suspect, who was not named, at the airport.

arrest happened after APD released video footage from security cameras of they say the woman shot three people in Colony Square in Midtown on Monday.

Read full report on Shooting in Midtown here:


Residents say he shot building managers

first the shooting was aimed attack on management staff in the apartment building where the suspect lived CBS 46.

Local residents of in first Shooting told reporter Patrick Quinn suspect alive in them building.

They stated that they shot at the house management. on area level of complex.


video shows police enter buildings next to the gunfire

Witness videos transmitted to Atlanta news TV presenter 11 alive show Police respond to shooting on Monday.

clips show officers in body armor with rifles going to offices near Piazza Colony and building lobby near Juniper Street and 14th Street.


The victims are named Wesley Freeman and Michael Shinners.

The victims of the shooting were 41-year-old Wesley Freeman and 60-year-old Michael Shinners. media reports.

CBS 46 host Sean Gables broke news on Twitter citing Fulton County Medical Examiner.

Notably, both Mr. Freeman and Mr. Schinners were named as defendants. in lawsuit filed by Raissa Kengne earlier in the year alleging that they were involved in CONSPIRACY against her.

On Mr. Freeman’s own LinkedIn page, he is described as information security auditor who worked for Ms. Kengne former employer for almost 17 years old.

Meanwhile, the identity of Mr. Shinners is established. in Ms. Kengne’s claim general manager of her apartment complex at 1280 West Peachtree St.


“We don’t believe it was random’ say the police

Atlanta police said they believe the victims were specifically targeted but are still looking for motive.

“We do not believe that they were random valid of violence,” Acting Chief of Police Darrin Schierbaum said at a press conference. on Monday afternoon.

Mayor Andre Dickens said the woman was arrested before entering the restricted area. area and that “security of the airport has never been compromised.”


The suspect filed a lawsuit against her former employer

A suspect in Atlanta appears to have filed a complaint. lawsuit against her former employer and others in May, making the same accusations contained in her posts on LinkedIn.

In a 407-page complaint discovered by Kevin D. Reyes, open source intelligence analyst at University for Strategic dialogue, blames her Rais Juissi Kengne former employer of CONSPIRACY with her building the management company, her neighbors and her own previous lawyers in order to retaliate against her.

“This case concerns retaliation, harassment, harassment, intimidation, threats, burglary, computer hacking, phone spoofing and other attacks that the Claimant was subjected to after reporting the violation to the relevant authorities of [various finance laws]”, the complaint says.

in version seen Independentonly Ms. Kengne’s neighbor Justin Mungal hasn’t replied yet in details of the lawsuit, calling her complaint “the shotgun’s plea” and dismissing her claims.


The suspect’s LinkedIn posts mentioned buildings where the shooting took place.

Atlanta shooting suspect seems information security auditor who made social media conspiracy reports against her, Independent It has found.

Atlanta transit chiefs told employees on On Monday, the suspect’s name was Raissa Kengne. news station CBS 46.

As well as in a week before the shooting on a LinkedIn page owned by one Raisa Kengne made a series of posts mentioning the same buildings where the murders took place on Monday.

Ms. Kengne, whose LinkedIn page lists her as an Executive Director. of own accounting firm founded in Atlanta, claimed that her former employer targeted her with criminal actions, in collusion with in manager of her apartment building.

“My home hacked, my computers were hacked and my phones were faked,” she said, adding that she believes in “evidence” in her safe was removed.

One video showed her arguing with police officer and complaining about a burglary report in her home has not been properly investigated.

Ms Kengne’s posts mention the same apartment building where did the Atlanta police say first of two victims of the shootout were shot dead on Monday.

And the company she used to work for for has its own Atlanta office at the same building where the third victim was shot.

Atlanta police have not yet identified the arrested suspect.


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