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Victims' names released in Cairo shooting

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Cairo police have confirmed that three people were injured, and one person was killed in a shooting around 9 p.m. Saturday night.

GBI investigators have released the names of the victims. One of the shooting victims, Stanley Hill, 24 of Cairo was pronounced dead shortly after he arrived at Grady General Hospital.

Kentrall Brown, 24 and  Shontarious Brown, 25, were also taken to Grady General Hospital. They are both from Cairo and are brothers.

The fourth victim  Martarvione Moore, 20 of Cairo was airlifted to a Tallahassee hospital.

The incident happened near the Cairo Gas & Food Mart at  101 4th Street South West around 9 p.m.  

Investigators said that there was a car show earlier in the day,a crowd from the show went to the food mart after where an altercation 

broke out.  A short time later someone took out a gun and started shooting.

GBI also said they do not have any suspects in custody at this time, but are continuing to investigate. 

GBI is working with the Cairo Police Department on the case.


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