GBI finds DeKalb gas station shooting suspect — in Gwinnett jail

Drug charges in Gwinnett County led to a murder suspect’s arrest in connection with a shooting at a Clarkston gas station seven months ago. 

The GBI on Friday arrested Mumin Hajiege at the Gwinnett jail, where he had been since Sept. 7 on unrelated drug charges. 

Hajiege, 29, of Grayson, was involved in a March 17 fight with another man at a Texaco in the 3900 block of East Ponce de Leon Avenue, GBI spokesman Bahan Rich told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in an email. 


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At one point, Hajiege pulled out a 9mm gun and fatally shot Ernest Tyrell Bing, 40, of Alpharetta, warrants allege. Bing was breaking up the fight between Hajiege and another customer, the AJC previously reported. 

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Aung Oo, 27, of Clarkston, was also injured by the gunfire. 

Hajiege is now in the DeKalb jail on charges of murder, two counts of aggravated assault with a weapon and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. 

— Staff writer Joshua Sharpe contributed to this article. 

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