An American citizen Mario Alonzo Fannin After killing Dearko Thorton, Mario Alonzo Fannin, a 24-year-old LaGrange male, was arrested. He had been on the run for hours before being apprehended in the 1400 block of Juniper Street in LaGrange. The assailant was placed on the warrant after massacring another individual with a pistol.
Know the reason for the unexpected act
The LaGrange Police Department has requested locals to come forward with any information that could help them solve the case. Unfortunately, the reason for his unexpected acts is still unknown.
Mario Alonzo Fannin was jailed after being charged with possessing a weapon and murdering an innocent man. Authorities said a shooting was reported at the My Food Mart on Hamilton Street after initial inquiries on Sunday night. Dearko Thornton, a resident, was found lifeless, and his wounds were heavily bleeding at the site.
Thornton was shot at my food mart on Sunday, located at 404 Hamilton Road. Police responded to the shooting at 11.11 pm and found in the chest Thornton had shot. Police said Thornton was transported to Wellstar West Georgia Medical center, where he was later pronounced dead.
Sadly, he took his last breaths on arrival at the hospital as the medical people could not treat him on time. It is a painful experience for his family and friends as condolences have come pouring in.
Who was Mario Alonzo Fannin
Mario Alonzo Fannin is the name of the terror; the eminent dreaded man is in the headlines nowadays for his mayhem. The 24 years old makes your blood run cold for sure.
The American citizen is well-known for his jeopardized act and killing. According to the reports, he had shot another person, after which he came to the attention of the law enforcement, and they were chasing him for a long time. According to the reports, he had executed a couple of men due to unspecified reasons and was on the run. Fannin is being charged with Murder and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime.
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