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DAILYKENN.com -- Robert Caverly, 64, was one of three men fatally shot in a Gwinnett County, Georgia neighborhood. The other victims were identified as Eugene McClam, 45, and Steven Finch, 33.

Justice R. Lusk, 21, was charged with three counts of felony murder, three counts of aggravated assault and three counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, ajc.com reports. 

The report also say the motive for the crimes in under investigation. 

We can only speculate that the murders may have been driven by low intelligence, low impulse control, and low executive function. 

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Justice R. Lusk, 21, of Stone Mountain, was charged with three counts of felony murder, three counts of aggravated assault and three counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, said Gwinnett police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera.

Lusk was captured late Saturday night near the scene of the crime. He was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail on Sunday.

The victims were identified as Eugene McClam, 45, of Lawrenceville; Steven Finch, 33, of Arabi; and Robert Caverly, 64, of Lawrenceville. Both McClam and Caverly were residents of the home where the homicides took place.

The motive for the crime is still under investigation.

 


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