Atlanta police investigating triple shooting that killed 2 young teens, $50K reward available

Atlanta police are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in a triple shooting on Tuesday that killed two 13-year-old boys and wounded an 11-year-old.  

Ja'Kody Davis, 13, and Lamon Freeman, 14, who turned 14 on Tuesday, were shot and killed in Oakland City, FOX 5 Atlanta reported.  

Dontavious Davis, 11, Ja'Kody's younger brother, was shot and is in "stable condition," according to Atlanta police.  

Atlanta police rushed to an apartment complex at 1043 Sparks Street SW at 12:36 a.m. Tuesday after reports of juveniles being shot. Three youngsters were found shot when officers arrived.  

One 13-year-old kid died at the spot, while the other died later at the hospital, according to Grady EMS.  

Homicide Unit Commander Lt. Andrew Smith told reporters Tuesday morning that the incident occurred on a stairwell outside separate dwellings.  

The motive for the shooting and its causes have not been disclosed by police. As of now, no one is in jail for the triple shooting, but Crime Stoppers of Greater Atlanta and Atlanta police's Homicide Unit are offering a $50,000 reward.  

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