Man accused of firing shots near Marietta school bus identified


Marietta police say a man who fired 10 to 12 rounds near an occupied school bus earlier this month has been identified.

Malcolm Girard Ivey, 21, of Marietta, is wanted on charges of reckless conduct and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. His whereabouts are unknown, according to police.

On Nov. 9, two elementary school students were about to get off the bus when the driver saw a man firing shots toward a house in front of where the bus was stopped at McIntosh Avenue and McArthur Drive.

The driver pulled the students back, closed the doors and called 911. The suspect left in a blue-and-white SUV.

No one was injured. The incident was captured by a camera on the school bus.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Marietta police anonymous tip line at 770-794-6990 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS (8477).



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