HINESVILLE, Ga. (WSAV) – Hinesville police are looking for Michael Karone Cansler for aggravated assault. According to police, Cansler is connected to the triple shooting in Hinesville.
They say the 17-year-old suspect is a black male, 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighs 145 lbs. and is considered armed and dangerous. If you have any information on the whereabouts of this subject, contact The Hinesville Police Department at 912-368-8211.
HINESVILLE, Ga. (WSAV) – Hinesville police have identified two of the three victims wounded in a shooting early Tuesday morning.
Lt. Tracey Howard with the Hinesville Police says Migdalia Borrero was shot at her residence on Pineland Avenue. She was taken to Memorial by ambulance and has since been released.
Two other victims were flown from Liberty Regional Hospital to Memorial Health University Medical Center.
Joshua Armstrong is in stable condition with several gunshot wounds to his groin, torso and other areas, according to Lt. Howard.
Police have not yet released the identity of the other victim flown to Memorial Health.
Lt. Howard says the third individual’s injuries were “more substantial” and they will notify potential family members regarding his status before releasing his identity.
Hinesville Police, emergency services and first responders from Hinesville Fire Department all responded to the scene of the shooting this morning.
The incident is under investigation, but police believe this was not a random incident.
“It does appear that this is a result of an ongoing feud between a couple individuals that kind of escalated last night,” says Lt. Howard.
He believes the altercation was between individuals of the family residing at the Pineland Avenue residence and other individuals who followed them from a separate location.
Police stopped a vehicle in connection with the shooting at the intersection of Glenn Bryant and South Main Street.
Five people inside the vehicle are being as described as persons of interest in the shooting, but no arrests have been made.
Contributions to this story made by Lewis Levine with Coastal News Service.