ATHENS, Ga. -- Athens-Clarke police remained tight-lipped Thursday on the circumstances that led to the shooting death of a University of Georgia student and the arrests of two Athens men charged with the crime.
Police said Min Seok Cho, 21, was gunned down by Cormaine Xavier Goss and Andre Ruff during a drug transaction. Cho was shot in the head.
Late Wednesday, authorities arrested Goss, 21, and Ruff, 18, at Ruff’s Morningview Drive residence. Goss lives a block away on Fawn Drive in a neighborhood off Lexington Road near Cherokee Road.
ATLANTA -- The number is increasing of Georgia children whose deaths were related to maltreatment, according to a report released Thursday.
The report from the state Child Fatality Review Commission also noted that sleep is a factor in most unexpected deaths of infants. Experts say the majority are cases of infants suffocated from sleeping on their stomachs or having an adult roll over on them in bed. Vehicle crashes are the main killer of older children.