Houston County investigators are releasing more information on what they've learned about a shooting-suicide investigation.
They say an 11 year old girl was walking with her friend on Sheffield Way in Houston County when she was shot in the back. Police responded to the shooting after neighbors called 911.
While investigating the incident, authorities found a 13 year old boy who died due to a self inflicted wound, shot a .22 magnum rifle through the window, and struck the girl.
Police recovered firearms, a computer, and cell phone at the scene.
The girl is listed as stable condition after she was taken to Medical Center of Central Georgia.
This incident is still under investigation to see if there was a motive as to why the 11 year old girl was shot.
A 3 year old boy was pronounced dead this morning after he was found unconscious with his head hanging from his window blind.
Officials responded to a call last night around 5:20p on Edgerton Way in Bonaire after Mario Williams Jr. stopped breathing.
His head was caught in the cord where he choked according to Houston County Coroner Danny Galpin.
He was taken to Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon where he was pronounced dead at 2:05 a.m.
Authorities are investigating this incident which appears to be an accident.
Tonight, Monroe County Commissioners heard from several agencies and concerned residents about the high levels of uranium found in deep water wells.
There's one goal in sight for Monroe County resident Donna Welch.
"Get public water out to places that have high concentration of numbers."
Welch is talking about the heavy metal uranium in her drinking water. After years of an unexplained case of peripheral neuropathy, Welch began to look for answers.
"Because of the health issues, it really peaked my curiosity and I wanted to see if there is a link."
There's not much research on the effects of the chemical.
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