March 18, 2019
Kayante Green, left, and Jonathan Douglas Vann.
So both of the perpetrators were black, while all of the victims were white.
No Jewnalists are describing it as a hate crime though, so I guess it couldn’t possibly be a hate crime.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says a second person has been arrested in connection to the deaths of three people in South Georgia.
The GBI says 25-year-old Kayante Green was arrested for charges related to the death of the three individuals. However, efforts are still being made to positively identify the remains.
The Berrien County Sheriff’s Office requested the GBI to assist with a missing persons investigation following the discovery of a vehicle on fire around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday morning in the area off Highway 135 at the Alapaha River near the Atkinson County line in Berrien County.
As a result of the investigation, it was determined that the car was being used by Bobbie Lynn Moore, 22.
Further investigation determined that Moore, Ronnie Wayne Hackle, Jr., 27, and Mercedes Maelyn Hackle, 17, were not responding to attempts to make contact.
Jonathan Douglas Vann, 20, of Nashville, GA, was arrested Wednesday in connection to the disappearance of the three people who went missing Tuesday and the deaths of the two found on Wednesday, according to the GBI. He was booked into the Berrien County Jail.
The remains have been sent to the GBI Medical Examiner’s Office in Macon for autopsy and identification.
The investigation is active and ongoing.
Left to right: Ronnie Wayne Hackle Jr., Mercedes Maelyn Hackle and Bobbie Lynn Moore.