On the day that the family originally planned to have a baby boy's surprise on Saturday, instead of seven, friends and other metro inhabitants gathered for chanting to remember the slain woman, her unborn child and her 16th son The parents of the murdered woman met the crowd at the beginning of 18:00.
Cathy White – whose daughter Sandra White and her grandson Arkwijon were killed in a White House boyfriend's house in a confrontation with Henry County ̵
This evening, a worship service for Stockbridge will be held by a woman and her teenage son who were killed on Thursday during a 16-hour confrontation that sent shock waves through the Henry County community.
The prayer planning is scheduled for 18:00. in the city hall of Stockbridge on Blvd. 4640 N. Henry
Sandra White, a pregnant 39-year-old nurse, and her 16-year-old son Arquebus, were killed by White Guy Anthony Bailey, Henry County Police reported. the moon and her parents planned a surprise for their daughter this weekend when the tragedy struck.
Arquebvion was a sophomore at Goldthane High School where he was honored and played football, said his grandfather and grandfather.
The police were summoned home in the Eagle Ridge unit until 11 am on Thursday, after Bilha's sister called 911 to report that the pregnant woman was on the ground in the garage.
were shot, resulting in a 16-hour police confrontation that ended early on the day when the officers came home and found that all three people were dead inside.
It is believed that Bailey first killed White, and then his son, before ending up with a pistol on himself. two years in the 90's for persuading him of an assault on aggravating circumstances.
GoFundMe, created to raise funds for the memorial service of the seven, has raised more than $ 6,000 in one day.
"We have to bury three, it will be difficult, but by the grace of God, I know that we can do it."
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White was planning to name her newborn Antonio, her parents said.
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