Reives told police the gun belonged to him while being interviewed, the release said.
His name doesn’t show up in the Georgia Department of Corrections online database, so the felony he was previously convicted of is unclear. AJC.com has reached out to Griffin police for more information.
AJC.com has also reached out to the Spalding County Sheriff’s Office for more information about Reives’ booking.
In other news:
Atlanta Police Department's homicide unit is on the scene. The victim's identity has not been released.