KENNESAW, Ga. - Residents of a Kennesaw community are on edge after learning that police called the death of a man found on his driveway Monday morning suspicious.
Channel 2's Ross Cavitt arrived at the scene on Paul Samuel Road shortly after police got the call about 7:45 a.m.
"I want to know who did this and how come. It just doesn't make any sense," said the victim's neighbor, Ellen Gidding.
Gidding lives next door to Frank Davidson,
the victim at the center of the apparent murder investigation. Gidding said she's known Davidson for 20 years and can't explain why anyone would kill him.
"This is just tragic. I just don't understand it. He's a good man. I introduced him to his wife," Gidding said about Davidson's wife, who was also found slain in a nearby home about 20 years ago.
Investigators wouldn't say how Davidson died. Neighbors and those who knew Davidson said he'd always be up early, heading to work.
Police were seen towing away a car, of which they covered the windows. Police spoke with family on the scene but told them very little.
A police dog scoured the large property on Paul Samuel Road, looking for evidence and trying to answer questions and concerns of neighbors who said they don't know what to think.
this. Nobody," Gidding said.
Police have not released any additional information.
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