“Mr. Marzette then fired a gunshot round through the living room door and then fired a second shot through the bedroom door,” the incident report said. “Mr. Marzette then backed his body into the corner of his bedroom and committed suicide with the semi auto handgun.”
Authorities then entered the apartment, and Marzette was pronounced dead when a medical examiner arrived.
No shots were fired by any law enforcement officers on scene, DeKalb police spokesman Capt. S.R. Fore said.
It was unclear Monday if the second suspect in the 2014 shooting was ever identified or apprehended. Both he and Marzette were believed to be affiliates of a group called 2G, which a Gwinnett County police spokesman previously described as “as much criminal street gang as rap group.”