Possible BLM Inspired Attack on Georgia Deputy’s Home

Possible BLM Inspired Attack on Georgia Deputy’s Home

Possible BLM inspired attack on Georgia deputy’s home
Possible BLM inspired attack on Georgia deputy’s home
Possible BLM inspired attack on Georgia deputy’s home

On September 26, unknown individual(s), possibly a Black Lives Matter (BLM) inspired attack, shot up a Douglas County Ga. Deputy Sheriff’s home at about 8 p.m. in Paulding County, Ga.

Questions were raised shortly after the shooting as to whether the multiple shots fired at the house was random or whether the individual(s) knew that a deputy lived there.

During a press conference a short time ago, the Douglas County Sheriff’s office said it believes that the shooting was intentional and that the unknown suspect(s) knew that the deputy lived there due to his police vehicle being parked in the driveway.

Douglas County Ga. Sheriff, Phil Miller issued a reward for the information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s).

Miller’s released statement said, “A $10,000 reward is being offered for the information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) who shot up the house of a Douglas County Deputy Sheriff on Sept. 26, 2016. This occurred on Sweetwater Church rd. in Paulding County. This offer is only good through December 31, 2016.”

“Luckily no one was injured and I will spare no expense or resources until you are caught. Please contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at 770-942-2121 or the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office at 770-443-3010 with any information you have in relation to this incident!”

Unknown at this point is whether there is a connection to the shooting of the Douglas County Deputy’s home, but on Saturday, September 24, a report by un-named citizens reported that a white vehicle with a black stripe, allegedly driven by black male subjects, entered into two subdivisions in Pauling County, Ga. shouting “Kill all whites!”

The incident at the deputy’s home comes on the heels of another incident where three Walmart workers in McDonough, Ga., refused to decorate a “thin blue line” cake for a police officer’s retirement party because they said it was racist.

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