Man Charged with Murder After Fatally Shooting 23-Year-Old Man Asking for Money at Gas Station: Police

Quinterius Sutton, 26, is charged with murder in the death of 23-year-old Anderson Adonay-Perdomo

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Quinterius Sutton

A Georgia man was fatally shot after he asked for money at a gas station, police say.

Quinterius Sutton, 26, is charged with murder in the death of 23-year-old Anderson Adonay-Perdomo. He is also charged with possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and misdemeanor driving without a valid license.

Witnesses told police that Adonay-Perdomo was asking people for money at a gas station in Chamblee on March 18 around 12:35 p.m. when he approached Sutton’s car.

“He was shot once in the torso, then Sutton fled the scene from there,” Lt. Mike Winfield of the Chamblee Police Department tells PEOPLE.

Sutton was quickly apprehended after automated license plate readers captured his license plate number, according to Winfield. Adonay-Perdomo was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital where he died on Monday.

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At the time of the gas station shooting, Sutton was wanted in connection with the shooting death of Trevor Stephenson, 21, outside a bar in Aug. 2023, 11Alive reported.

He is being held in DeKalb County Jail. It is unclear if he has entered a plea or retained an attorney.

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