Quentin Rozier
Photo: DeKalb County Sheriff's Office
Photo: DeKalb County Sheriff's Office

Victims ID’d after double shooting in DeKalb County apartment parking lot

Authorities have released the identities of the victims of a double shooting at a DeKalb County apartment complex. 

Police said they found one shooting victim, 30-year-old Dondrey Moore, at a McDonald’s on Memorial Drive near Decatur. The other victim, whom the DeKalb County Medical Examiner’s office identified as 38-year-old Warren Sills, was found dead in a car at the Brittany Place Apartments in the 3200 block of Covington Drive. 

Quentin Rozier, 37, was arrested on felony murder and aggravated assault charges Saturday in connection with the deadly shooting. He is being held at the DeKalb jail, records show.

Police were first sent to the McDonald’s just before 10 p.m. Saturday about shots being fired, according to an incident report obtained by AJC.com. A second call came in reporting that someone had been shot at the apartment complex in the Belvedere Park area, an officer said in the report.

When the officer arrived at the restaurant, he saw two men standing outside the front entrance. One, who police later identified as Moore, was bleeding from his chest through his white T-shirt, the report said. Moore had a gunshot wound to his left hand and another one to his upper chest just under his neck, according to the report. 

Moore said he and Sills had gone to an apartment complex earlier in the night to pick up someone to go to a party. The two men were sitting in a silver Infiniti, while another man standing outside the car talked and laughed with them, the report said.

Suddenly, that man started shooting at the car. 

Moore told officers he got out of the car and ran. Eventually, a man picked him up and he asked him to drive to the McDonald’s. 

An investigation is ongoing. 

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