A 21-year-old man showed up before the court of Rockdale County. A horrible crime scene was found after Jailon Gray, who is accused of killing his parents and sister at a Conyers house, was read his charges and denied release.
Three counts of aggravated assault and three counts of criminal murder are brought against him.
According to the warrants that were acquired, Gray confessed to killing two of the victims after another person allegedly overheard him mention that he had done it on the phone. The warrants further indicated that the suspect is unaware of the fate of the third victim.
A residence off Sugar Creek Road was the scene of the triple homicide. It all started with an argument, according to the authorities, and it appeared to be a domestic incident. Gray was at the residence, according to the deputies, when the police arrived and took him into custody.
Tamekio Gray, Joy Gray, and Corey Gray were the names of the victims that the magistrate judge for Rockdale County read aloud in court. They were 50, 51, and 17, respectively.
Authorities also said that there were additional occupants in the house, but they remained mum regarding their connections to the victims or suspect.
Jailon was spoken to in court by the suspect’s brother, David Gray, who advised him not to consider dying during the forthcoming proceedings. He added that he was there to stand with Jailon when he spoke before the judge.
Deputies said that they had previously been summoned to the residence, but they did not give any further details. The Conyers Prison will host Gray’s next hearing on March 29 for his commitment hearing.