Two Atlanta teens arrested for 18-year-old’s shooting death

Authorities in Atlanta have taken two teenagers into custody for the tragic shooting of an 18-year-old in the previous month on Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway. Records from the incarceration indicate a series of serious charges against the duo, which includes accusations of gang-related activities.

The apprehended individuals, Quintavious Williams, aged 19, and Kameron Kindred, aged 17, are implicated in the homicide of Dominique McKibbins. The incident took place on May 22nd in the Center Hill neighborhood.

Joann McKibbins, the victim’s grandmother, introduced herself at the scene. Speaking to the media, she recalled Dominique as a kind-hearted individual who had recently turned 18. Joann portrayed the assailant as someone merciless to have harmed her grandson.

Criminal charges filed against Williams and Kindred are grave and extensive. Both face accusations of murder and participating in activities meant to advance their standing in a criminal street gang. Williams also has charges of attempted felony and simple battery against him, while Kindred is accused of attempted felony and aggravated assault.

Joann, while unsure of the specific circumstances leading up to the shooting, suggested to reporters that it might have occurred following a music recording session.