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A professor was fired after being accused of murdering a student


Richard Sigman, a professor at the University of West Georgia, was fired Saturday after being accused of killing a student. CBS46 News informed.

Siegman was arguing with another man, police said. The cops approached Siegman, who had left his car with the weapon.

Sigman then fired into a parked car, where he struck the victim, Anna Jones, a student at his university.

The university released a statement from its president, Brendan Kelly: “The University of West Georgia has learned of the loss of one of its students, Anna Jones, who died following an incident off campus earlier today. UWG has fired Richard Sigman and continues to cooperate with the Carrollton Police Department in the ongoing investigation. On behalf of the university, we express our deepest condolences to Anna’s family and many friends."

Sigman faces charges of murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

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