Police identify 6 people shot, including 13-year-old girl, in Atlanta shootout

ATLANTA — Police have identified all six people shot during a shootout over the weekend in southwest Atlanta.

The shooting stemmed from a fight between two women inside of a store on Joseph E. Boone Boulevard.

Police said soon after the fight ended, police said a red Dodge pulled up to the store and that three men with guns got out, went into the store and then started shooting.

That’s when people inside the store started shooting back, police said. The shootout spilled out into the streets, and people continued shooting at each other as they ran from the store, officers said.

In total, five people were injured, and one person was killed.

  1. Devontay Barnwell, age 19, killed.
  2. Curtincia Jones, age 13, critical condition.
  3. Joshua Jones, age 23, stable condition.
  4. J-Mya Jones, age 22, stable condition.
  5. Cartez Gibbs, age 31, stable condition.
  6. Curtis Coffey, age 43, stable condition.

Investigators said there have been no arrests at this time, but they are still questioning witnesses and reviewing surveillance footage from the store.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Atlanta police or contact Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.