(Reuters) — The mayor of a tiny city in northern Georgia died after he was shot during a domestic reeling with his wife, state investigators pronounced on Monday.
Clarkesville Mayor Terry Greene was harmed in a sharpened Sunday night during his home, about 85 miles northeast of Atlanta, and he after died during an Atlanta hospital, pronounced Georgia Bureau of Investigation mouthpiece Nelly Miles.
The mayor’s mother was interviewed and no charges have been filed in a case, Miles said.
She declined to recover serve details, though internal media pronounced Greene was shot in a head.
Clarkesville Police Chief Brad Barrett told a Northeast Georgian journal that military responded to Greene’s home during about 7 p.m. after someone in a domicile called 911.
“We’re not certain how a gunshot wound was sustained,” Barrett told a paper.
A former city councilman, Greene, 53, was inaugurated mayor in 2005. He was a medicine and father of 4 children, according to Clarkesville’s website.