A Kennesaw State University student has died after an early Friday morning road rage incident.
The university's web site identified her as Kimberly Faith Kilgore, a junior majoring in communications.
According to Cobb County investigators, a woman shot Kilgore outside of the Shiloh Green Apartments located on Walton Green Way. Police said it started with a nearby road rage incident that ended with the two women fighting.
Late Friday night detectives secured a warrant for Sparkle Lindsey, 22, of Austell. She is being held without bound in the Cobb County Adult Detention Center charged with aggravated assault and murder.
The school posted on its web site it would provide grief counseling to members of the campus community impacted by the death.
Collett Country Store, in Powder Springs where Kilgore worked, also posted a statement on its Facebook page late Friday night. It read….
"We want to thank each and everyone of you for all the love, support and prayers! Please share with others... We are taking a donation for Kim's family! We have a huge jar set up at the store/restaurant if anyone wants to come by. If you cant make it, please fill free to send check or money order...
Make payable to her mom:
Collett Country Store
4179 Marietta St.
Powder Springs, GA 30127
Kim was such a wonderful girl! It was such a joy and wonderful experience to have had the opportunity to work with her. It's definitely not going to be the same around here without her here! Again, thank you for all your love, support, and prayers! We will keep everyone posted about the funeral arrangements!"
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