Georgia Officials Shot Dead The Kidnapping Suspect Who Collided With Police Cars

A kidnapping suspect was shot dead by Georgia police Tuesday night after he came back to the scene and slammed three police vehicles and a left vehicle.


The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office said delegates were on scene at around 6 p.m., talking with Keith Young’s wife, who revealed to them Young had tied her up and fled with their three kids.

The mother got free and raced to a neighbor’s to call for help. Representatives were taking her explanation when Young, 30, returned, driving his Ford F-150 to get truck.

Young started speeding not far off towards the police and struck three watch units and a left vehicle,” the sheriff’s office said in an announcement. “Representatives fired shots at Young, striking him. Young was moved to the Navicent clinic, where he later died.

Young Was A Teacher And Coach

The three youngsters were not in the truck. Officials later discovered them with Young’s family and returned them to their mom.

A representative was still inside one of the vehicles and was injured, the sheriff’s office said. Her wounds were not dangerous.

Young had been an educator and coach at Macon’s Academy for Classical Education for as long as two years, as per WGXA. WMAZ announced he had not been rehired for the next year, as per the school’s overseeing board executive, Witt Gaither.

The sheriff’s office said the mother told officials that she and Young were experiencing a divorce. Sheriff David Davis said a firearm was found in Young’s truck.


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