A relative of a 40-year-old Ellenwood man shot and killed Saturday outside a southwest Atlanta motorcycle club wants justice.
“I hope [police] get the perpetrators,” Ronald Hines, the father-in-law of Timothy Nunn, told Channel 2 Action News. “They don’t even know how many because there were 70 bullets scattered around and they don’t even know how many guns were used.”
Atlanta police had no new information in the case Monday, more than two days after investigators responded to the Outcast Motorcycle Club on Lakewood Avenue SW about 3 a.m. Saturday and found Nunn dead.
What led to the fatal shooting — and who pulled the trigger — remained mysteries Monday. Investigators told Channel 2 it’s a complex crime with hundreds of pieces of evidence.
“The victim was surround by Outcast M.C. members who refused to let the responding officers near the victim’s body,” Officer Kim Jones told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Saturday.
Backup was called to secure the scene and Nunn’s body was taken to the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office, Jones said.
Nunn’s connection to the motorcycle club was unclear. Records from the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office list him as the former CEO of United Brotherhood Motorcycle Club, Inc., a corporation that was dissolved in 2001.
It was unclear if that group was affiliated with the Outcast Motorcycle Club.
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