Keotis Cooks and Laterence Reynolds were shot at a home on Argo Drive Monday.
One of the men injured in a shooting Monday on Argo Drive in Smyrna has been released from the hospital. Keotis Cooks, 29, of Smyrna and Laterence Reynolds, 27, of Marietta, were shot Monday by a white or light-skinned black man in his early to mid 20s. The man entered Cooks' home with Reynolds and then opened fire. Cooks was shot in the left arm and right thigh and Reynolds in the chest. The unidentified man then fled the scene in a dark colored Dodge Magnum. According to a Smyrna police report, both men were taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Cooks was discharged Tuesday, but hospital officials had no record that Reynolds was treated. See Also:
The shooter arrived at the home with Laterence Reynolds, 27, of Marietta, and then opened fire on him and Keotis Cooks, 29, of Smyrna.
Keotis Cooks, 29, of Smyrna and Laterence Reynolds, 27, of Marietta were shot Monday at around 10 p.m. by a gunman whose identity is not known at this time, said a Smyrna police report. The shooting occurred on Argo Drive in Smyrna. According to the police report, Reynolds arrived at Cooks’ home on Argo Drive with a man aged between 20 and 25. Reynolds entered the house first then the unknown male subject opened fire with a black, smaller caliber, semi-automatic handgun before fleeing the scene in a dark colored Dodge Magnum. Cooks sustained gunshot wounds to his left bicep and right thigh while Reynolds was shot in the chest. Both were transported to Kennestone Hospital and an earlier report said their injuries were not believed to be …