In Tennessee the 23 year old shot and killed mother, best friend and wrote about it in Facebook

Police in the three southern States are searching for 23-year-old Casey James Lawhorne from the city of East ridge (tn), committed a double murder.

Yesterday, 8 April, Casey Lawhorn published a post in Facebook, which described in detail how he killed his mother and best friend.

According to Casey, 22-year-old Avery Gaines remained with him all night, and her mother, VI, Lawhorn, came home completely drunk after spending all night at the bar.

Later that evening the boy got a gun from his bedroom and shot in the head by Avery. «I think he died instantly,» wrote Lawhorn. After that, the killer went to her mother’s bedroom. He shot her twice, but at first only wounded, because the room was dark.

«She started screaming the worst scream I have ever heard. Movies really don’t convey the sound of real horror — written by the man, adding: — felt Sorry for the dog mother, if anyone would be interested in the fate of the animal».

Murder or suicide, he thought since high school, admitted Casey Lawhorn. He said that she knows he can’t apologize and he doesn’t need prayers and other words that make no sense. Who suffered the most is my brother Chad. He will probably need strong support to survive it.»

According to assistant police chief of East ridge Stan Allen, the guy he called the police, telling what crime he committed, and that goes to the North of the town to find a secluded spot to kill himself.

Lawhorne abandoned car found in the County of Jasper (Mississippi). The police suspect that he could be sent to the GA — walk or ride.

«Casey James Lawhorn, the suspect in a double homicide in Tennessee, is still on the loose. We work hard to find it, — said the police Department Jasper County. — He’s armed and dangerous. If you see this man, do not approach him, but be sure to contact the number: 601-764-2588 or 911«.

Casey James Lawhorn»s vehicle has been found on I59 near the Vossburg exit in Jasper County. Lawhorn is wanted in…

Posted by Jasper County Sheriff’s Department, Mississippi on Sunday, April 8, 2018