A 24-year-old man was arrested in the death of a man-made businessman and human genius who was gunned down when he looked with his wife in CVS parking, Georgia police announced.
DeMarvin Bennett, of East Point, Ga.m., was cut off Sunday after the death of Jack Hough, 73, a false Air Force sitting in his car when he was fatal, said Gainesville police.
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He said to catch the fish with Hough's family, Gainesville Police Chief Executive, Jay Parrish, in accordance with FOX5 Atlanta.
"Mrs. Hough. Hough was a great husband, the public lost a great man," Parrish said. "I think they had received. I do not think they can be happy at this time."
Investigators said that Hough shot twice during a controversial disclosure, reported by FOX5 Atlanta. Hough fought with the suspicion before being killed, police said.
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Police found the gun that is believed to be used to kill Hough, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. It was kept about 2 a.m. Sunday.
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Identify forensic evidence developed from the Bennett scene of East Point, Ga., As suspicious, police said.