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After "targeting" people, the Midtown Atlanta shooting suspect will appear in court.

 After "targeting" people, the Midtown Atlanta shooting suspect will appear in court.

Raissa Kengne has been named as the suspect.

After being asked to keep quiet by the judge throughout the hearing, the suspect in the fatal Midtown Atlanta shootings speaks up.

Authorities said that Raissa Kengne shot at an apartment complex, leaving two people dead and one in the hospital. For the woman accused of "targeting" people in Midtown shootings, a Fulton County court denied her bond.

As previously reported by REVOLT, a suspect who opened fire in Midtown Atlanta was apprehended at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport yesterday (Aug. 22). Raissa Kengne has been named as the suspect, according to the neighborhood news source Fox 5 Atlanta.

In an alleged attack close to Colony Square, Kengne "targeted" civilians, killing two and injuring one. She is scheduled for a hearing at the Fulton County Courthouse at 11 a.m., while her motivation is yet unknown. Yesterday at 1:45 p.m., authorities received a call reporting an active shooter situation at 1280 W. Peachtree Street. They got a second call of an active shooter at 1100 Peachtree Street at 2:00 p.m. Residents and workers were told to seek refuge in

The president of Beacon Management Services, Lisa Simmons, spoke with Atlanta television station WSB-TV 2 about the fatal incident. The residential property at 1280 W. Peachtree Street is managed by Simmons' business. Simmons identified Kengne as a "disgruntled resident of the building" in his interview with the site. According to sources, the suspect took a taxi to the airport following the shooting before leaving the area. She was reportedly carrying a 9mm Glock weapon in her purse when police found her.

The deceased victims were identified by the Fulton County Medical Examiner as Westley Freeman, age 41, of Atlanta, and Michael Shinners, age 60, of Alpharetta. According to a report from The Independent, Kengne had previously used their names in a number of social media posts. Additionally, it is said that she sued them. Shinners is identified in the lawsuit as the building's management. The outlet claimed that Kengne and Freeman had been colleagues in the past.

We appreciate the help of our public safety partners who assisted in this scenario, the Atlanta Police Department said in a statement it issued yesterday. Particularly, the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, Georgia State University Police, Georgia Tech Police Department, the ATF, and the Fulton County Sheriff's Office.