There was no doubt in Tim Hollingsworth’s mind that Lauren Brown wanted to die and make a show of it — a show in which he and his fellow Gwinnett County firefighters had starring roles.
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(Name/ age/ job title/ years with Gwinnett County fire department/ other experience)
Jody Moss/ 35/ Firefighter II/ Four years/ U.S. Marine Corps
Jason Schuon/ 34/ Firefighter I/One year
Tim Hollingsworth/ 44/ Firefighter, Driver engineer/ 21 years/ Gwinnett County Sheriff’s deputy
Chip Echols/28/ Firefighter II/ Five years
Sidney Garner/ 31/ Fire medic/Four years
Gwinnett County Police on Tuesday identified the injured SWAT officer as Sgt. Jason Teague, an internationally recognized firearms and police tactics instructor who has been with the department since 1996. Gwinnett police spokesman Officer Jake Smith said that Teague was shot in the left forearm, underwent surgery, returned home Saturday, and is expected to make a full recovery within a few months. Teague is not commenting until the investigation is complete, Smith said.