On May 1, police responded to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta to speak with 24-year-old Jekhari Marignay, who was shot somewhere in Union City, the Atlanta Police Department said.
Officers ran his name and discovered Marignay had active warrants for a murder charge.
Police were able to connect the charges to a deadly shooting that took place on Jan. 28, officials said.
Around 4 p.m. on Jan. 28, officers pulled over a vehicle on the highway. Police learned the driver of the vehicle was trying to get a gunshot victim to Grady Memorial Hospital, according to authorities.
However, the victim, whose name was not released, died before he made it to the emergency room, officials said.
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