Well-known Ga. mayor dies in domestic dispute

Georgia Mayor Found Shot during Home, Later Dies

(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.

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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.

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