Man arrested, accused of killing teen during gamblers’ fight in Atlanta  

A man accused of fatally shooting a teenager during an argument while gambling was arrested, Atlanta police confirmed. 

Andrew Dontavious Glass remained in the Fulton County jail Wednesday on murder, aggravated assault and armed robbery charges in the July 14 shooting in the 1200 block of Elizabeth Avenue in southwest Atlanta, police said. 

He was arrested Thursday. 

MORE: Police: Shooting after gamblers’ fight leaves 1 dead, 2 injured

Authorities said they found the teen — identified by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office as Stacey Monts, 17, of East Point —in the kitchen dead from a gunshot wound. A man was found in the living with a gunshot wound to the buttocks. 

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A second man who was shot was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital. 

Police have not released the identities of the injured man. 

In other news:

Cristina Pavon-Baker, 17, faces first-degree vehicular homicide and reckless driving charges.

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