ALAMO, Ga. — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into a shooting at a graduation party that killed one person in Wheeler County early Sunday morning.
A release from the agency said the shooting happened on Bluebird Lane in Alamo. That's near U.S. Highway 280.
Around 2:10 a.m., the GBI said its Eastman office was asked by the Alamo Police Department to help with the investigation.
According to the release, a large high school graduation party was held at a home at 4 Bluebird Lane.
At the party, the GBI said "multiple" people exchanged gunfire. 42-year-old Ronesta Williams of Alamo was shot and killed.
Two others were also shot and injured, the GBI said.
26-year-old Michael Waddell of McRae is in critical condition, and 18-year-old India Harris of Alamo received a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
No arrests have been made, the GBI said. The investigation is still active.
Anyone with information can call the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Eastman office at 478-374-6988 or the Alamo Police Department at 912-568-7153.
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