SAVANNAH, Ga. — A man in southeast Georgia has been indicted on multiple murder and related charges in the gang-related slaying of three people in a home.

The Savannah Morning News reports that 27-year-old Keith Lamont Marrow is accused of fatally shooting 31-year-old Courtney German, 24-year-old Williams Mullins III and 18-year-old Shayla Curtis on April 24. The three victims were found dead with gunshots wounds.

Marrow was arrested the same day as the shooting after a high-speed chase with police. Police say the chase ended when the vehicle crashed and police found a .40-caliber handgun in his vehicle.

Savannah-Chatham police Lt. Racine Chaney says the killings were gang-related and at least one of the victims was affiliated with a gang in Savannah.

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