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Inga Contreras and Martynas Simokaitis murders 7/26/2007 East Point, GA *Killed for asking for a raise; Rolandas Milinavicius convicted, sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison*

From Milinavicius’ appeal: On July 26, 2007, the police were called to the business of appellant Rolandas Milinavicius in East Point (Fulton County), Georgia. Inside the building, authorities found the bodies of Ms. Inga Contreras and Mr. Martynas Simokaitis, who were both employees of appellant.1 Both victims were shot in the head. In addition, Mr. Simokaitis had eight bullet wounds to his body. Several projectiles and casings were located at the scene and were determined to have been shot from the same .9mm caliber weapon. The authorities obtained a search warrant which allowed them to confiscate the video surveillance tape of the building. On the day the bodies were discovered, the video surveillance tape showed appellant and the two victims entering the building, but only showed appellant exiting. When appellant last exited the building, he drove away in Ms. Contreras’s vehicle. Upon leaving his workplace, appellant met his wife and son and took his son home. He instructed his wife to check things out at his office and, if necessary, to call the police. Appellant then drove to Lake Lanier and camped in the woods. On July 27, 2007, authorities discovered Ms. Contrera’s vehicle near Lake Lanier and, close by, they also discovered shoes which were similar to those worn by appellant in the surveillance video. Police interviewed appellant’s friend who reported to police that appellant contacted him after the shootings and told the friend that he “did it.” The State also proffered some evidence that appellant was in debt and the victims had recently requested money from him.2 Two days after the shootings, on July 28, 2007, appellant turned himself in to police.

Victims
Martynas Simokaitis, 28
Inga Contreras, 25

Family, friends remember Ga. immigrants
Killings puzzle friends, family
Cops: Atlanta Car Dealer Murdered 2 Employees Because They Kept Asking for Raises
Owner confesses to killing two employees who asked for a raise
East Point Car Dealer Shoots, Kills 2 Employees
Judge Denies Bond For Boss Accused Of Killing Employees
GA – Martynas Simokaitis, 28, & Inga Contreras, 25, shot to death, 26 July 2007
Rolandas Milinavicius v State of Georgia 2012 (conviction and sentence affirmed)

INMATE INFORMATION

NAME: MALINAVICIUS, ROLANDAS
GDC ID: 0001297095

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

YOB: 1968
RACE: WHITE
GENDER: MALE
HEIGHT: 6’04”
WEIGHT: 220
EYE COLOR: BROWN
HAIR COLOR: BLACK
SCARS, MARKS, TATTOOS

ADDITIONAL IDENTIFIERS
ALIEN NO: 999999999

INCARCERATION DETAILS

MAJOR OFFENSE: MURDER
MOST RECENT INSTITUTION: AUTRY STATE PRISON
MAX POSSIBLE RELEASE DATE: LIFE

ACTUAL RELEASE DATE: CURRENTLY SERVING
CURRENT STATUS: ACTIVE
KNOWN ALIASES

A.K.A. MALINAVICIUS,ROLANDAS
A.K.A. NICKNAME,RUSSIAN

STATE OF GEORGIA – CURRENT SENTENCES

CASE NO: 671748
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: FULTON COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 07/26/2007
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 671748
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: FULTON COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 07/26/2007
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE
STATE OF GEORGIA – PRIOR SENTENCES

STATE OF GEORGIA – INCARCERATION HISTORY

INCARCERATION BEGIN: 01/14/2009
INCARCERATION END: ACTIVE

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2 Responses

  1. Are you serious?

  2. Not for a raise, he did not want to give what they earned

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