DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – One person is dead and two others are in critical condition after a shooting early this morning in Dublin.
Neighbors 41NBC spoke with say the neighborhood is usually quiet, but after this deadly shooting – it’s really shaken up the community.
“I was in my bed last night. I heard a shot and I ain’t see nothing. I came out the door, the man was laying right there, he was talking, the other man had a sheet over his face, he died,” neighbor Glenda Jenkins said.
Lieutenant Stacey Sapp with the Dublin Police Department says 28-year-old Darel Guyton’s life was taken early Tuesday morning. Just after 4:30, police responded to a call about shots fired. When officers arrived they found Guyton and two other people with gunshot wounds.
“How many shots did you hear?” 41NBC Reporter Tanya Modersitzki asked Jenkins.
“I heard three,”Jenkins responded.
Jenkins has lived in her home on the corner of North Calhoun Street and Sunset Drive for 3-years.
“This is a quiet street,” she said.
She says the surrounding neighborhoods are where a lot of shootings happen, but is starting to worry crime might now be on her street.
“I said whoa my god, if it’s one thing, it’s another. There’s shootings all the time. It’s the devil,” Jenkins said.
Lieutenant Sapp says the other two victims are in critical but stable condition.
Investigators say they do have a person of interest they’re looking into. This investigation is ongoing. If you have any information you can call Dublin Crimestoppers at 1-877-64-CRIME.