|Donald Martin Lambright|
Lambright in 1967.
|Birth name||Donald Martin Perry|
|Born|| May 21, 1938|
|Cause of death||Suicide|
|Parents|| Stepin Fetchit |
|Date|| April 5, 1969|
10:17 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
|Location(s)||Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Weapon(s)|| M1 carbine |
.30-caliber Marlin carbine
Donald Martin Lambright was an American who killed four people and wounded 16 others when firing at cars while driving along the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States, on April 5, 1969, before committing suicide.
Lambright was born as Donald Martin Perry on May 21, 1938 as an illegitimate child of film actor and comedian Stepin Fetchit and singer Winifred Johnson. His parents separated when he was two/four years old. Mother married physician Middleton H. Lambright around 1948. They later divorced and his mother married George Lee.
Vincent Saitta, who was shot in the head, died of his wound at Harrisburg Hospital on May 9, 1969.
- Ignatius Keenan, 50
- Ruby Keenan, 51, Ignatius Keenan's wife
- Annette Lambright, 31, Lambright's wife
- Vincent Saitta, 36
Among those wounded were: George A. Bonsell, Paul Keenan, 12, Alexander Saitta, 6, Rose Marie Saitta, Ernest R. Stevens, 47, and Kim Stevens, 12.
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- Watkins, Mel: Stepin Fetchit: The Life & Times of Lincoln Perry; Random House, 2010. ISBN 9780307547507