Man shot and killed construction worker in Atlanta after dispute about noise, cops say
A man who allegedly shot at construction workers in Atlanta on Feb. 2, killing one of them, has been arrested.
Trevion Webb, 26, allegedly shot at the victims after arguing with them about noise, Clayton News Daily reported.
Anastazio Geronimo, 43, died from his injuries, and a second man was wounded, according to Clayton News Daily.
On Feb. 3, the Atlanta Police Department arrested Webb on charges of murder and aggravated assault, Clayton News Daily reported.
Earlier in the week, Webb was involved in a domestic disturbance with three victims in Jonesboro, Georgia, according to Clayton News Daily.
On Jan. 31, Clayton County Police say Webb arrived at a home on Ivey Ridge Circle to speak with one of the victims about going to South Carolina, Clayton News Daily reported.
The three attempted to push Webb out of the home following the argument, and he allegedly attacked two of the victims, pulling a gun, according to Clayton News Daily.
Webb allegedly chased one of the victims, a 16-year-old, down the street with a gun, Clayton News Daily reported.
Police say he returned to the home and removed a tag from a 2003 Nissan Sentra and left the scene, according to Clayton News Daily.
Authorities have issued warrants for Webb on charges of aggravated assault, cruelty to children, simple battery- family violence and theft by taking, Clayton News Daily reported.
Webb has not yet been arrested on these charges and remains in the Fulton County Jail, according to Clayton News Daily.
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