VIDEO: Newly-released video shows possible shooting suspects at The Village at Carver

Atlanta Police have identified the two people who were shot on Monday night during the vigil marking the anniversary of the murder of two teenagers who were shot and killed a year ago in the same apartment complex.

18-year-old Quentyn Burgess was shot multiple times and died of his injuries at the scene. 19-year-old Kobe McCrary was shot in the elbow.

Police have also released video related to the shooting. CLICK HERE TO WATCH

17-year-old Jamarquez McCrary was one of the teenagers who was shot and killed on Father's Day in 2022. 


Anyone with information on the case can submit a tip anonymously to the Crime Stoppers Atlanta tip line at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or online at Persons do not have to give their name or any identifying information to be eligible for the reward of up to $2,000 for the arrest and indictment of the suspect(s).


Possible gunshots erupt at a southeast Atlanta apartment complex as police investigate a double shooting which left one man dead.

Officers were called out around 6:30 p.m. Monday evening to 200 block of Moury Avenue SE near Prior Road SW inside The Village at Carver apartments.

Atlanta Police say two men were shot at the location. One of the men was dead at the scene and other was injured. The second man was rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital. He was alert, conscious and breathing.

The names of those shot have not been released. 

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Atlanta Police investigate after two people were shot along Moury Avenue on June 19, 2023. (FOX 5)

Atlanta Police Lt Germain Dearlove says this happened during a vigil for two teens who were shot and killed in the same complex a year ago. Investigators say the person responsible was arrested in that case.

"They were at a balloon release for one of their friends and another friend ended up getting murdered," said Sabrina McGhee. 

FOX 5 crews found a large section of the parking lot blocked by crime scene tape. One person was seen being led away in handcuffs.

As police were investigating the double shooting, officers heard what sounded like shots being fired. They ran to find the source. Police say those shots could not immediately be linked to the double shooting.

Moments later, a second person was taken into custody.

The names of those taken into custody have not been released. It was not clear if either would be charged in connection to the shooting.

"The kids need to put the guns down because there's too much senseless killing," McGhee said. "I don't know what the reason was, but there's too many killing going on with these kids."

The Atlanta Police Department's Homicide Unit is investigating.

About two and a half hours later, police were investigating a double shooting along Boulevard. There was nothing immediate known to link the two scenes together.