Three people were found dead in a DeKalb condo Aug. 30, 2017. Eric "Bubles" Robinson, 27, Stanford Henderson II, 28, and Starlynne Henderson, 29, died. Police said all three appeared to have been shot "numerous times." Witness statements said after the shots, someone could be heard running from the condo. Funeral services for all three were held over the weekend.
Photo: Obituary photos/Facebook
Photo: Obituary photos/Facebook

DeKalb cops: We need help solving birthday party triple homicide

DeKalb County police on Tuesday said they needed help finding new leads in the case of a triple homicide during a birthday celebration from late August.

The victims were Eric “Bubbles” Robinson, 27, his friend Stanford Henderson II, 28, and Henderson’s sister, Starlynne Henderson, 29.

No suspects or motives have been named publicly. Police are asking anyone with information to contact detectives.

The three had been gathered celebrating the brother’s birthday in a condo off I-20 on Aug. 29 when someone opened fire on the three.

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The initial police report is heavily redacted, apparently covering the names of witnesses and other information. 

The report says police responded to the scene outside Lithonia and found the victims in the living room. It was Robinson’s place. The siblings were visiting.

“All three subjects appeared to have been shot numerous times in various parts of their bodies,” the report says. 

Witness statements in the document mention no trouble prior to the gunshots. It seemed the victims were hanging around listening to music.

After the shots, someone could be heard running from the condo.

Anyone with information can call 770-724-7850.

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