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Blocksom had chased Morrison and a woman from the Buford area to the QuikTrip station, AJC.com previously reported.
When the victims pulled their car into the parking lot of the gas station, Blocksom allegedly fired at Morrison multiple times. The woman got out of the driver’s seat, and Blocksom opened the passenger door and fired six more shots, according to video footage of the incident.
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Morrison was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Blocksom was gone by the time deputies arrived, but the driver was able to identify him, Ware said. He was arrested at his home in Canton and charged with murder.
“The female was cooperative with deputies and investigators and was able to assist very quickly with details regarding Blocksom’s identity, place of residency and vehicle description,” Ware said.
During a search of the home, authorities also recovered the handgun they believe was used in the shooting.
Charges in the fatal shooting are still pending against Blocksom. He is currently in the Hall jail.