Trio indicted for allegedly killing man, 20, at Cobb house party

Three men face murder charges in the shooting of a 20-year-old Dallas man at a Cobb County house party in November.

Austin James Postell, James Hunter Reynal and Adam Maurice Summers were indicted Thursday on counts of malice murder and felony murder, court records show.

They are accused of killing Rodney Tyreek Koen II, police said.

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The party was at a Powder Springs home in the 4600 block of Hunter Road early Nov. 26, according to a warrant. 

An altercation broke out about 12:45 a.m. and, according to the warrant, the three men were among the “multiple subjects” who started firing into the crowd.

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The altercation involved Koen, police said, but police didn’t say whether Koen had a gun. Koen died from multiple gunshot wounds, the warrant said.

Court records show Postell, who was arrested two days after the party, has a bond hearing set for March 1. The next court appearances for Reynal and Summers, both arrested in early December, were not listed online.

According to jail records, Summers and Postell live in Dallas; Reynal is listed as being from Austell.

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