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an unarmed man was shot and killed in the southbound lane of I-185 in Columbus by a Muscogee County Sheriffs Office deputy. The 39-year-old victim was shot twice in the head with a 9mm MP5 submachine gun. Dougherty County D.A. Ken Hodges was appointed to handle the case by Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker.
Kenneth Brian Walker was a middle-class African American man with no prior criminal record who was employed at Blue Cross at the time of the shooting. It was determined that the vehicle Walker was riding in fit the description that police had of some armed gang members. The police made the traffic stop, ordered all four passengers to the ground, but opened fire when the deputy could not see one of Walker’s hands. No drugs or guns were found in the vehicle.