The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that on Tuesday morning, April 19, 2022, at around 1:45am, officers found 30-year-old Denzel Romanie of Lilburn, Georgia dead due to a gunshot wound. Romanie was found inside a hotel room at the Intown Suite on Stone Mountain Highway in Lilburn, Georgia. Gwinnett Police are investigating the homicide and have identified 23-year-old Tariq Strickland as the suspect.
Unfortunately, the Intown Suites is no stranger to violence. According to publicly available google reviews, the hotel is known for drug activity, violence, and deplorable living conditions.
How to Prevent Violence at Motels and Hotels?
Legal contributor Attorney Brian Mickelsen, an experienced crime victim lawyer, represents crime victims and gunshot victims injured or killed in shootings, stabbings, and assaults at hotels, motels, and other commercial properties.
“Motels or hotels can be hot spots for crime and the out-of-town guests staying there oftentimes have no idea what they are walking into. I always encourage guests to read the reviews. Poor lighting conditions and loitering are key signs that danger may be near. The hospitality industry has a responsibility to its guests to provide a clean and safe environment. This is best achieved where there is adequate lighting, cameras, and security patrols.”
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