A police car was set on fire at the Georgia Institute of Technology on the night of Monday, September 18, during protests against the fatal police shooting of a student. Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz was fatally shot by campus police on the university’s Atlanta campus late Saturday, September 16, after refusing drop a knife. Protests erupted on the campus Monday night, coinciding with a vigil planned for that night. This video shows a campus police car on fire.
Bibb County Deputy Coroner Lonnie Miley said the death of 58-year-old Lance Jenkins is suspicious. Jenkins' body was found in the back seat of his estranged wife's car that had been parked behind an apartment building on Clisby Place in Macon.
A 21-year-old man, identified as Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz by a university spokesman, according to reports, was fatally shot by campus police on the university’s Atlanta campus late Saturday, September 16, after refusing drop a knife. In this video, police are seen pointing guns at Schultz, and heard ordering him to “drop the knife,” as well as asking his name. Schultz, who appears to be barefoot, shouts “shoot me.” He advances towards one of the officers and is then shot. Reports said he died in a nearby hospital on September 17.
Emmanuel Stroud, 24, became Macon's 20th homicide after he and another man were shot on a Village Green street Saturday. His mother, Jean Smith, sister Emancia, and step-father Rondy Roberts shared what they knew Sunday.