Published On: Sep 03 2009 05:20:02 PM EDTUpdated On: Sep 03 2009 05:42:46 PM EDT
Glynn County police said eight people were killed inside this mobile home early the morning of Aug. 29, 2009.
Guy Heinze Sr., 45 -- the suspect's father, brother of the man who owned the mobile home -- was buried along with many of his extended family members.
Russell D. Toler Sr., 44, known by Rusty, owned the home where all the victims either lived or occasionally stayed. He did maintenance and odd jobs at the New Hope Plantation mobile home park and chemical plant nearby.
Brenda Gail Falagan, 49, was Russell Toler's sister. She was born in Coffee County, but lived most of her life in Glynn County.
Chrissy Toler, 22, was born in Savannah, but lived all of her life in Glynn County. She went to school in McIntosh County and was a homemaker.
Joseph L. West, 30, was Chrissy Toler's boyfriend.
Michael Toler, 19, who had Down syndrome, survived the attack that killed the rest of his family, but died the next day at Memorial Hospital.
Russell D. Toler Jr., 20, was born in McIntosh County and gone to school there. He worked as a carpenter.
Michelle Toler, 15, was in an 8th grade student at Needwood Middle School and was a member of the band.