NewsGeorgia Man Arrested For Allegedly Strangling Girlfriend To Death

Georgia Man Arrested For Allegedly Strangling Girlfriend To Death

Carl Kearney Jr., a 43-year-old high school football coach from Griffin, Georgia, walked into a police station located in Clinton, Maryland, and allegedly informed officers that he strangled his girlfriend, Patrina Best, to death inside her home. He’s charged with murder on Feb. 17.

As Fox 5 DC reports, officers checked Best’s Maryland residence and found her inside, dead. According to authorities, Kearney confessed that he strangled Best during an argument. He has been charged with first and second-degree murder. Kearney is still in the custody of the Maryland Department of Corrections. Kearney is the head coach of the Spalding High School varsity football team and graduated from Georgia State University. 

Preliminarily, detectives don’t believe this is a random crime.There is no on-going threat to the community. If anyone has any information, please submit your tip using the P3 Tips app or call @PGCrimeSolvers 1-866-411-TIPS. pic.twitter.com/kAl8SRBLiO— PGPDNEWS (@PGPDNews) February 17, 2024

According to Sports Illustrated, the Prince George’s County police department released a statement on Feb. 18, declaring that Kearney confessed to investigators during an interview.

RELATED CONTENT: Married Man Charged In Murder of Girlfriend Who Threatened To Expose Double Life


Source: Black Enterprise

New App ‘The Bump’ Promises To Be Every Parent’s Village In A Digital Age

Many consider parenting a sacred calling, requiring careful attention and dedication. Yet, there is no manual. Every child is different, varying in size, health, intelligence,...

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest

Newsletter

Don't miss