Arrest linked to mass killing at mobile home park

By Calvin Palmer

A man who called 911 to report seven people killed and two others critically injured in a mobile home near Brunswick, Georgia, has been arrested.

Guy Heinze Jr, 22, of Brunswick, was charged with with drug possession and making false statements to police.

Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering would not say if Heinze is a suspect for the murders.

Doering said Heinze is a relative of one of the victims who have not been identified.

Autopsies are being carried out today on the seven people who died. It is believed they were shot.

The two injured victims are in a hospital in Savannah and are in a critical condition.

The bodies were found yesterday morning at a mobile home park at New Hope Plantation, north of the port city of Brunswick.

[Based on a report by the Associated Press.]

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