Godfather of Soul James Brown’s Son-in-law, Darren ‘Chip’ Lumar, Shot and Killed

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Well the drama continues with James Brown. According to CBS 46, Atlanta police are looking for the person who killed the son-in-law, Darren “Chip” Lumar, of the late singer James Brown. He was killed Wednesday night in the garage of his Buckhead home.

Sources close to the case and family members told CBS 46’s Tony Mcnary they believe the killing was a hit. “I heard three gun shots, pow pow pow, really quickly and I jumped up,” said neighbor Michael Bang. “We ran down here and we saw gun shells on the ground and blood and we saw our neighbor drive off.”

Investigators said the shooter was waiting for Lumar. The neighborhood where Lumar lived is a gated community.

“When he drove up to park his car in the garage, he was confronted. An altercation of some sort took place. That’s when the victim was shot multiple times,” said Atlanta police Officer Eric Schwartz. “I think it was somebody that knew him,” Schwartz said.

The witnesses said Lumar then got into a car and drove four miles to Northside Hospital, where he died. CBS 46 talked with Lumar in January, 2007, only weeks after James Brown died on Christmas Day, 2006. Lumar said he felt his father-in-law’s death was suspicious.

“There’s not a bone in my body that believes my father-in-law died from congestive heart failure,” Lumar said.

Lumar questioned Brown’s death because there was no autopsy. Lumar was married to Brown’s daughter, Yamma Brown Lumar, who had recently divorced him. So much dirt has come out since James Brown’s death. It is a shame that this man cannot rest in peace.

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Janet Shan is a freelance journalist, blogger and social media consultant. Janet specializes in political and social commentary, as well as business writing. She is the founder and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette. She is putting the finishing touches on her new novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay, Jamaica.