Suspect spotted wearing surgical gloves as he left the apartment where he killed a couple, cops say

Source: Fulton County Sheriff's Office, MEGA

Dec. 17 2021, Published 10:10 a.m. ET

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A man was spotting wearing surgical gloves as he left the scene of a double murder in an Atlanta apartment, cops say.

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Stefhon Hamilton, 21, was taken into custody on Dec. 15 and charged with two counts of felony murder, WSB-TV reported.

On Nov. 22, officers responded to reports of a person stabbed in an apartment on Jackson Street, according to WSB-TV.

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At the scene, they found Daniel Aaron, 31, and Kristen McDevitt, 30, dead from stab wounds, WSB-TV reported.

Investigators determined that a man was allowed into the apartment and stayed for a substantial amount of time before leaving, according to WSB-TV.

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Police later released surveillance video of Hamilton walking through a parking garage wearing a black hoodie, black pants and a striped t-shirt, WSB-TV reported.

Atlanta police said the suspect was first seen on video outside the door closest to the victims’ apartment texting on his phone, according to WSB-TV.

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Cops say the suspect stayed in the apartment for about an hour-and-a-half before he’s seen on surveillance video running down the hall with a large safe, WSB-TV reported. At that point, he’s also seen wearing surgical gloves and a black baseball hat, according to WSB-TV.

Friends described the young couple as pure, fun and always the first to lift others up with a kind word, WSB-TV reported.


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