Three arrested in fatal shooting stemming from lover’s quarrel

Authorities have made three arrests in connection with a deadly shooting that occurred on July 3rd in Spalding County, Georgia. The incident resulted in the death of Johnathan Gilbert, also known as “Tver Lane.” This fatal shooting was the tragic outcome of an ongoing argument.

The suspects allegedly targeted Gilbert’s residence, vandalizing it with eggs. When Gilbert confronted them, they fled to their vehicle, and one of the suspects, Sydney Maughon, allegedly shot Gilbert multiple times. The suspects callously left Gilbert’s body in the middle of the road before fleeing the scene.

Following an intensive search, investigators located the suspects’ vehicle at a residence in Henry County. The Henry County Police Department promptly responded to the location and secured a search warrant. During the search, law enforcement officials recovered the vehicle and the firearm believed to have been used in the shooting.

As a result of the investigation, three individuals were arrested: Sydney Maughon, 18, Jeremy Munson, 18, and McKenzie Davenport, 19. They now face multiple charges, including murder, malice murder, aggravated assault, illegal firearm possession, battery, and criminal trespass.

Spalding County Sheriff Darrell Dix emphasized the collective responsibility of the suspects. He expressed condolences to the family and friends of Johnathan Gilbert and assured the community that the Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to bringing justice in this case.

The investigation into the incident, which stemmed from an ongoing argument, is ongoing. The recovery of the suspects’ vehicle and the firearm believed to have been used in the shooting has provided crucial evidence in the case. Authorities urge anyone with additional information to come forward.