The second man wanted in the home invasion that ended in the deadly shooting of a 22-year-old man in Alpharetta was arrested Tuesday after more than a month on the run.
Mr. Shane Demetrice Woods was captured by the United States Marshal's Southeastern Fugitive Task Force with the help of Fulton County Sheriff’s deputies, according to Alpharetta police.
Ms. Woods, 22, was wanted for the Jan. 28 fatal shooting of Mr. Zachery Rose, police spokesman Mr. George Gordon said.
Another suspect, Mr. Jerad Terel Owens, 22, of Sandy Springs, was also charged with the man's murder, Mr. Gordon said.
Both also face charges of armed robbery, burglary, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, Mr. Gordon said.
The two are accused of killing Mr. Rose, 22, of Canton, during a burglary, he said.
At 6:24 p.m. that day a man called 911 to report that he had just witnessed a shooting at the Whitestone Ridge town home community, according to Alpharetta police.
Officers and emergency crews responded to a townhouse where they found Mr. Rose suffering from a gunshot wound.
Mr. Rose was taken to North Fulton Hospital where he later died.
Investigators said Mr. Rose was shot in the stomach when he opened the front door of his home in the Whitestone Ridge Community.
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