3 Teens Go To House Planning To Throw Eggs, End Up Killing Someone Instead


SPALDING COUNTY, GEORGIA — Three individuals, Sydney Maughon, Jeremy Munson, and McKenzie Davenport, were apprehended following a shooting incident in Spalding County. The trio targeted Johnathan Gilbert’s house on Dobbins Mill Road on July 3, intending to throw eggs at it due to a romantic dispute.

However, the situation escalated when Gilbert confronted them and was subsequently shot multiple times, allegedly by Maughon. All three suspects now face serious charges, with Maughon accused of murder, aggravated assault, illegal possession of a firearm, battery, and criminal trespass. Munson also faces similar charges, including murder, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during a crime, battery, and criminal trespass. Davenport is accused of murder, battery, and criminal trespass.

Spalding County Sheriff Darrell Dix said “Because they all plotted and planned together, and traveled to the location with the intent to commit a crime that led up to the murder together, they are all culpable just as if they had each pulled the trigger themselves. They went to egg a house, the victim confronted them while they were doing it, he lost his life, and they drove off and left his body in the middle of the road. Together they bought that ticket; now together they can ride that ride.”

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