According to preliminary autopsy results from the GBI, 47-year-old Meakna Iang and 55-year-old Ty Iang were shot in their heads.

Shooting deaths of Hall County couple ruled a murder-suicide

The deaths of a married couple found earlier this month in their home has been ruled a murder-suicide, the Hall County Sheriff’s Office said.

According to preliminary autopsy results from the GBI, 47-year-old Meakna Iang and 55-year-old Ty Iang were shot in their heads.

“The investigation revealed that Ty Iang fired a handgun at Meakna Iang and then turned the gun on himself,” the sheriff’s office said Thursday in a news release.

RELATED: Husband, wife found shot to death in Hall County home

Deputies were called to the 5000 block of Little Doe Walk about 2:30 a.m. Jan. 4 after receiving a call about the shooting, Hall County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Derreck Booth previously said.

A family member living in the home discovered the bodies in the bedroom, according to officials. The couple’s 16- and 20-year-old sons and the sons’ grandmother were home at the time, deputies said. 

The investigation is ongoing, according to the sheriff’s office.

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