Two men are dead, a third wounded, and a fourth is being sought after a shooting in Long County Sunday night.
According to Long County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Robert Berry, the incident happened at around 11:30 p.m. in the Sand Hills Community.
The dead men were found in different trucks at two separate locations, on Jo Jo Drive and Manuel Lane, which are about a half mile apart.
None of the victims have been identified by authorities. The condition of the third shooting victim had not been reported, but it has been confirmed by LCSO Investigator Tom Sollosi that he was air-lifted to Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah early this morning, from a location near where the shootings took place.
Sollosi said a third man; Manuel "Pi Pi" Chihuahua is being sought as a "person of interest." Little was reported about Chihuahua, but he is believed to be around 24 years old. If anyone has any information on where he is, or any other information on this case, they are asked to call the LCSO at 545-2118. Information will be kept confidential.
Assisting the LCSO with the investigation is the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Other emergency responders at the scene included the Georgia State Patrol, the Ludowici. A full story on the shooting will be in the Wednesday edition of the Coastal Courier.