Officers found Oyerinde lying on the ground near the 4000 building with a gunshot wound to the back, Melton said. Bennett and Bonner, both of whom had gunshot wounds, were taken to WellStar Kennestone Hospital. Their conditions were not known Monday.
The incident is believed to have started as a dispute between neighbors, Melton said.
In a statement, KSU police said there’s no indication of “an imminent threat to the Kennesaw State campus. Details are limited at this time but we will update as information becomes available.”
Cage Gary said he and his roommate, Nicholas Blanchard, heard the shooting outside their apartment Sunday night.
“I heard between eight to 10 shots, rapid fire,” Gary told Channel 2. His roommate heard a male voice screaming he was shot.
Earlier in the weekend, the two had reported to apartment management some loud noises in the unit next to theirs. It is unknown if the residents in that apartment were also involved in the shooting.
“We did hear some arguments going on next door,” Blanchard said. “It sounded like some fistfighting, actual banging noises on the walls around us. We actually made a call to the clubhouse here at Stadium Village.”