Police seek man who allegedly 'opened fire' on 2 brothers

By Daniel Silliman


Clayton County Police are looking for a 27-year-old man who allegedly shot two brothers, and walked away.

Kelvin White, Jr., from Stockbridge, allegedly went to 2679 Hollyberry Drive in Ellenwood, on Wednesday, to see 26-year-old, Shiana Neeka Lashon Harris, the mother of his child, and got into an argument with her two brothers.

"About a month ago, he and one of the brothers had had an argument, and words transpired," said Officer Tim Owens, Clayton County Police spokesman. "He'd been asked not to come back to the property."

The argument was taken outside, at about 3:20 p.m. White and the two brothers -- 22-year-old Terrell Demetrius Favors and 21-year-old Tobias Favors -- went outside and White pulled a handgun and started shooting, according to police.

"He was the only one with a gun," Owens said. "Kelvin White, Jr., just opened fire."

When officers arrived, the two brothers were lying in the doorway of the Ellenwood home, with bullet wounds in their chests and stomachs.

The younger brother, Tobias Favors, died at Atlanta Medical Center on Wednesday evening. On Thursday, the older brother was reportedly still in critical condition and in intensive care.

White has been charged with aggravated assault and murder, and Clayton County Police officers have filed multiple warrants for his arrest.

Owens said investigators are still trying to determine what transpired a month ago, and are working with the United States Marshals to find the 27-year-old.

White's family is reportedly cooperating with efforts to find him and bring him in, police said.

White was seen leaving the scene of the shooting in a beige SUV. He was wearing a white hat with a blue "A" on the front, a light blue outfit, and a pair of white "Air Force One" shoes, according to police reports.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call police at (770) 473-5400.