2 in custody in deadly Aldi shooting; 1 suspect still at large

2 in custody in deadly Aldi shooting; 1 suspect still at large

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  • Dayvonn “D-Boy” Boyer is still at large.
  • The two other suspects remain in the Clayton County jail without bond.

In one week, Clayton County officials have nabbed two men connected to a deadly shooting in an Aldi grocery store parking lot, but a third person remains at large.


Jarrell Moore and Marc Anthony Brione Bell were arrested Friday in the shooting death of 23-year-old David Gibbs, officials said. A third suspect, Dayvonn Boyer, has not been arrested and is considered “armed and dangerous.” 

Officials are still searching for Dayvonn Boyer. (Credit: Clayton County Police Department)

Gibbs was killed April 13 in the back seat of a rented black Chevrolet Impala on the 5800 block of Riverdale Road near College Park, police said.

Multiple men were seen leaving the car at the time of the shooting, Clayton County police Sgt. Ashanti Marbury said.

Authorities believe Gibbs may have been in a drug-related altercation before the shooting.

David Gibbs was found dead April 13 in the back seat of a car on Riverdale Road near College Park. (Credit: Clayton County Police Department)

Police also believe Boyer was with Moore and Bell until their capture. Each faces felony murder charges.

Moore and Bell remain in the Clayton County jail without bond.

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