'Love triangle' may have caused fatal east Macon shooting

Love triangle may have caused fatal shooting

We're learning more details about the man fatally shot and woman wounded at a home in east Macon last Friday. 

Cpt. Shermaine Jones with the Bibb County Sheriff's Office says the shooting could have been the result of a love triangle.

Jones wouldn't comment on the parties involved, but says the shooting was not random. He says the gunman "came to that home for a reason." 

Jones says that some of the people involved in the case are gang members, but it's unclear if the shooting is gang-related.

According to the incident report, investigators found drugs, money, and a cell phone at the scene that had been confiscated by the Georgia Department of Corrections at the Washington State Prison.

Investigators are still looking for the suspected shooter, 25-year-old Anterrio aka 'Terrio' Stinson. 
Stinson is accused of killing 24-year-old Jonathan Risby and wounding 39-year-old Tavonya Smith.

“There were several people at that location. We don’t know if the person of interest, Anterrio Stinson, is involved in that lover’s triangle. We don't know just yet. We're trying to connect the dots,” said Jones.

Investigators believe Stinson is armed and dangerous. He was last seen wearing all black clothing and a black skull cap. He is about 6'2'' tall and weighs approximately 175 pounds.

If you have any information on this case, you can call the Bibb County Sheriff's Office at 478-751-7500.

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