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The media said club members in "deep shock" as a challenge still killing the pro golf, 2 others


The media said club members in "deep shock" as a challenge still killing the pro golf, 2 others

Three days after a golf professional was shot dead on an Atlanta-region course and two others were discovered dead in a pickup truck there, police actually are chasing for signs to whoever killed them. 

Also, individuals from the nation club where Gene Siller was shot dead stay in obscurity concerning why the killings occurred, a companion of Siller's said Tuesday. 

"This doesn't bode well," Brian Katrek, an individual from Pinetree Country Club in Kennesaw and an anchor of SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio, told CNN's "New Day." 

"I think the response from individuals right currently is as yet one of pretty significant shock." 

Cobb County police said they were called to a report of an individual shot around 2:20 p.m. Saturday and discovered Siller — the club's overseer of golf — shot in the head close to the green of the course's tenth opening. 

A truck was on the green, and officials discovered the collections of two different men in the truck's bed — both of whom additionally had been shot, police said. 

Somebody had headed to the green in the truck — a white Ram 3500 pickup — and shot Siller when Siller showed up to perceive what was happening, an individual from the club revealed to CNN partner WXIA. The shooter then, at that point escaped, WXIA revealed.

One of the killed men was Paul Pierson the enrolled proprietor of the Ram 3500, police said. The name of the other killed man was not delivered. 

Police have said they're attempting to figure out what occurred and have not delivered the name of a suspect. 

Examiners disclosed to CNN they are requesting that occupants check their doorbell video for any pieces of information. 

The three individuals killed were among of something like 150 individuals killed by weapon viciousness in excess of 400 shootings across the U.S. during the Fourth of July weekend. 

Siller leaves behind a spouse and two youngsters 

The Georgia State Golf Association communicated its sympathies for Siller's passing. "We all at the GSGA are profoundly disheartened by the lamentable occasions that happened recently at Pinetree CC. Our contemplations and supplications are with Gene Siller's loved ones," the affiliation tweeted. 

Siller, 41, leaves behind a spouse and two kids, ages 6 and 7, as per the Pinetree Country Club. 

"Misfortune has blasted the Georgia Section PGA in the deficiency of our Member, Gene Siller. Contemplations and supplications for his family and the Pinetree Country Club family," Georgia's Professional Golfers' Association tweeted. 

PGA of America President Jim Richerson additionally gave an assertion: "We are genuinely sorrowful to catch wind of the silly homicide that occurred yesterday at Pine Tree Country Club in Georgia that ended the existence of PGA part Gene Siller," the assertion said. "PGA of America sends our considerations, supplications and most profound compassion to his family, club and the Georgia PGA Community." 

Sebastian Schutte, a companion of Siller's, said the local area was in shock. 

"It didn't hit me until later that this occurred at our nation club," he told CNN on Monday. "I actually can barely handle it." 

He said Siller was popular and "approached everybody with deference." 

Siller's family set up a GoFundMe page to assist with accounts.


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