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Man, 22, shot to death at recording studio: Man, 29, charged in stripper's death

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A 22-year-old man was shot to death at a recording studio early Saturday morning in southeast Atlanta. About 12 people reportedly witnessed the shooting, but so far no one has been charged.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the victim as Anthony Hill, Jr. It was unclear what prompted his shooting and police have not released any description of the suspect.

The shooting happened shortly before 2 a.m. on the ground floor of the warehouse at 1316 Lakewood Ave., according to Atlanta police. Someone had shot him in the head, police spokesman Sgt. Greg Lyon said.

A large group of people was gathered at the studio at the time of the shooting and around 12 people witnessed it, according to media reports. Two of them were taken in for questioning, police said.

Man, 29, Charged With Murder in Popular Stripper's Death

A 29-year-old Winder man has been charged in the death of a popular stripping whose body was found five days after she was last seen with the suspect in Lilburn.

On Thursday, police obtained warrants, charging Charles Thomas Outlaw with malice murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to Lilburn police. Outlaw was in the Gwinnett County jail on unrelated drug charges when he was served with the warrants, police spokesman Bruce Hedley said.

Outlaw is accused of killing Angela Robotte, a 26-year-old stripper who police said was last seen with Outlaw on March 29.
Surveyors working in the area found Robotte's body around 10:30 a.m. on April 3 in a wooded area near the intersection of Lilburn Industrial Way and Arcado Road, according to Gwinnett County police. Police said her body was partially hidden.

Robotte had disappeared after dropping her 3-year old daughter off at a friend's house, police said. So far, officials have not released the cause of the woman’s death.