The day of the 2016 shooting, McDonald’s mother drove him to the Ridgeview Institute because she feared he was “having a psychotic episode,” a Smyrna police spokesman said at the time. In addition to injuring one employee, McDonald is accused of leveling his handgun at another employee’s forehead and verbally threatening them.
No further details about the shootings at the Marietta townhome have been released. No one was injured in any of the three shootings.
McDonald remains in the Cobb jail without bond, online records show.
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