Jacob Christian Muse arrested for Lockstock and Barrel murders Tommy Evelyn Luke Hawk in Grantville, Georgia

Investigators in Georgia have arrested a suspect in connection with the triple homicide at a shooting range that left a couple and their grandson dead. Jacob Christian Muse, 21, was arrested Friday and charged with three counts of malicious murder, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said. “Even though he’s in jail and has a warrant out for his murder, there’s a lot more to do,” Grantville Police Chief Steve Whitlock told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “It’s not really over until they say ‘guilty’ in court.” On April 8, Tommy Richard Hawk Sr., the 75-year-old owner of Lock, Stock and Barrel in Grantville, Georgia, was found guilty along with his wife, Evelyn Hawk , 75, and her grandson Luke Hawk found dead at the shooting range. 18. Forty guns and the store’s security camera were missing. WSB-TV reports that following Muse’s arrest, the Hawk family wrote in a statement, “We are encouraged and honored by the incredible efforts of our local law enforcement agencies… Tommy, Evelyn and Luke Hawk have been buried, but we certainly will.” see you again.”

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