Suspects possibly used dating site to kill Lithonia man, shoot brother

Authorities have arrested four people who, they say, may have used a dating website to lure a Lithonia man before killing him and shooting his brother.

DeKalb County Sheriff's deputies say Clarissa McGhee, 21, Nashae Poole, 21, Antonio Avery, 25, and Demarco Butler, 27, are all charged with murder and aggravated assault in connection with the shooting death of 23-year-old Jordan Collins and the injury of his brother.

On September 1, officials say the suspects allegedly came to Collin's home on Tunbridge Wells Crescent under the pretense of a date. The suspects reportedly lured Collins outside of the house, where he was shot and killed. Police say his brother, Chad, was shot as he attempted to help his brother.

All four suspects remain in custody at the DeKalb County Jail.