As the families mourn, details trickle out on the shootings of three people found dead in a DeKalb County condo last Wednesday.
The victims were Eric “Bubbles” Robinson, 27, his friend Stanford Henderson II, 28, and Henderson’s sister, Starlynne Henderson, 29. Funeral services are planned this week for all three, with a joint service for the brother and sister.
DeKalb police have released no information on a possible motive or leads to catching whoever is responsible.
“We don't have any information to release at the moment,” Lt. Lonzy Robertson said in an email Tuesday. “It is an ongoing investigation.”
A police report released Tuesday is heavily redacted, apparently covering the names of witnesses and other information. It does nothing to explain what led to the shooting in the condo on Par Four Court, off I-20.
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. Moments later, someone could be heard entering the home and then quickly running away.
It isn’t clear exactly when the shooting took place.
About 11 p.m. Tuesday, 911 received a call about a disturbance at the building, police said, but the caller didn’t say what happened.
The bodies were found around 2 a.m. after another 911 call, in which the caller said someone was shot.
The funeral for the Hendersons is Friday at 1 p.m. at New Love Missionary Baptist Church, 758 Dill Ave. SW, Atlanta.
The funeral for Robinson is at noon Saturday at Salem Bible Church, 2283 Baker Road NW, Atlanta.
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