Williams Jr. pulled his silver Hyundai Accent in front of the victim’s vehicle, pulled out a black handgun and said, “You know what time it is,” according to a police report. The victim told police he took cover and pulled out his own gun for protection.
The man said Williams Jr. fired first, and then he returned fire. Williams Jr. got back into his Hyundai and sped away before crashing into a parked car, the report said. A witness told police two other people jumped out of the vehicle and ran toward Clifton Springs Road.
Several people at the QuikTrip saw the victim get back into his own car, pull into a parking space near the front of the convenience store and run inside. He disassembled his gun and left it on the front counter before one witness escorted him to the back of the store to hide, witnesses told police.
Williams Jr. was found shot in the neck and slumped over in the Hyundai when officers arrived about 8:30 p.m. He later died at Grady Memorial Hospital.
“Everyone has been identified and no warrants are being sought at this time,” Vincent said.
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Police say he refused verbal commands and physically resisted.