A GEORGIA man entered a supermarket on Wednesday, carrying five guns and wearing armor, frightening and fearsome of a Colorado grocery store shooting mimicry of just two days earlier.
Police arrested Rico Marley, a 22-year-old young man who was seen wearing armed clothes at a Publix supermarket just after 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Atlanta, the same city where a gunman appeared at least. a week previously killed eight people in three spas, which killed six Asian Americans.
The Publix manager called the police after witnessing Marley walk into the store’s bathroom with a rifle. The police met Marley as soon as he got out of the bathroom.
Among the weapons that Marley carries include armor and 5 guns, including 3 pistols and 2 rifles.
Marley raised concerns about a shooting replication similar to that in Boulder, Colorado this week allegedly caused by Alissa Ahmad, where he is said to have killed 10 people in a grocery store.
Police, follow Newsweek, interviewed Marley, who subsequently underwent a mental health assessment after being arrested.
The Atlanta Police Department is also investigating a “suspicious package” left at the same Publix supermarket, but it is not clear if it is related to Marley’s arrival.
Police remained outside the supermarket later that day, kicking customers out of the store and shutting down one of the main streets in front of the store.
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On Monday, Ahmad, 21, was reported to have used the AR-15 to kill 10 people, including a policeman, at a King Soopers supermarket.
Earlier last week, 21-year-old Robert Aaron Long was charged with eight murder charges after he was believed to have participated in a shooting at three different spas in Atlanta.
Six of the eight victims are Asian, but Long has yet to give any motive beyond blaming his actions as “sex addiction” rather than racism.