BUFORD, Ga. (CW69 News at 10) – Gwinnett County Police Department apprehended two suspects in the shooting death of a retired Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Deputy on January 8, 2020.
Today, shortly after 3 p.m., someone called the 911 Center with a possible sighting of one of the suspects near Old Peachtree Road and Old Fountain Road in unincorporated Lawrenceville. Officers descended upon the area and arrested Prince Robertson without incident said the GCPD in a statement.READ MORE: Wanted For Homicide, Florida Man Leads Deputies On Chase, Breaks Into Home Before Placed Under Arrest
The other suspect, Tavares Norah, turned himself into the Gwinnett County Jail at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 2. He has been charged with Armed Robbery (2 counts), Aggravated Assault (2 counts), Kidnapping (2 counts), and Possession of a Firearm during a Felony (1 count).
Murder charges for both suspects are pending.
According to GCPD, on January 8, 2020:
Officers assigned to the North Precinct were dispatched to a “person shot” call at the auto parts store located at 2786 Hamilton Mill Road in Buford. When officers arrived, they found a deceased male inside the store, who was later identified as Felix Cosme, 63, Daula, a retired DeputyREAD MORE: Florida Man With STD Arrested For Sexually Battering A 76-Year-Old Woman
There were two employees working at the store at the time of the incident. A female employee was outside assisting a customer when she noticed a black male seated in a vehicle in the parking lot. Based on the preliminary investigation, the black male followed her back inside when she was done with the customer. Once they got back inside, the suspect asked her to open the cash drawer.
The second employee, a male, walked out from the back of the store and saw the interaction between the female and the suspect. The male employee attempted to pull his weapon when he was shot by the suspect. The victim died at the scene.
The suspect fled the store, got into his vehicle, and at that time was last seen driving towards Interstate 85.
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