The funeral service for a murder victim in Dekalb County, Georgia ends with at least two more deaths.
Jennifer Perry with FOX News Radio affiliate WGST has the story:
Just moments after a pastor talked about the value of life at a funeral service for a 19-year-old murder victim, shots were fired outside the church in Stone Mountain, Georgia.
(Miller) "I heard the scene was very chaotic. People were hiding under cars, trying to get away from the gunfire."
Dekalb County Public Safety Director William Miller says four people were shot, two were killed. Now, they're trying to sort out what happened.
(Miller) "We immediately started detaining people. One of our officers was able to get behind a suspicious vehicle, stopped it. It had about three-to-four people inside."
They're questioning those people now, and Miller says witnesses report that the suspect wanted in the first murder of the 19-year-old was among those involved in the shooting.
In Atlanta, Jennifer Perry, for FOX News Radio.