Cassie Davis, Rome, Georgia woman shot dead in murder-suicide by jealous ex boyfriend, Anthony Wayne Green at Truett’s Chick-fil-A as she was pulling up for breakfast. Man then turned gun on self.
A mother of seven was shot dead in broad daylight by her former boyfriend before the man fatally turned the gun on himself as the woman was pulling up to get breakfast at a Chick-fil-A drive thru in Georgia.
Cassie Lashae Davis, 39, was at the Truett’s Chick-fil-A on Shorter Avenue in Rome at about 7am Wednesday morning when her ex-partner Anthony Wayne Green, 56, and shot her three times with a revolver.
Her devastated family said Davis had revealed just a day before that Green ‘wouldn’t leave her alone.’
Tributes flowed for the Georgia mom who was described to not ‘have a mean bone in her body.’
Kathie Walters, Davis’ devastated mom told Fox 5 Atlanta that Green had been ‘following her around’ despite no longer being together.
‘It seems like a dream…I just want to wake up.’
Rome Police have called the shooting an apparent murder-suicide.
Green and Davis, both residents of Rome, are believed to have been in a domestic relationship in the past but it remains unclear how the relationship ended.
Davis’ family described Green as a jealous person who couldn’t let Davis go, but they admitted that they never thought he would kill her.
They said she was ‘loving, caring and would give the shirt off her back to anybody,‘ 11 Alive News reported.
Walter said: ‘It seems like a dream…I just want to wake up.’
Walters said her daughter, whose children range in age from 5 to 18 years-old, was ‘a good mother of seven.’
Chick-fil-A restaurant General Manager Greg Major, horrified by the morning tragedy issued a statement.
No known motive
‘We are currently cooperating with the police who are investigating. No other guests or team members were hurt but we mourn with the community,’ Major said.
‘We have closed the restaurant for the day to repair and care for team members. Thank you for your patience during this time; we plan to reopen tomorrow.’
Police also confirmed that Chick-fil-A had nothing to do with the incident.
Pictures from the crime scene showed a high police presence. The motive for the apparent murder-suicide remains unclear.