On Tuesday, Henry County police said Princeton Mitchell-Johnson has been charged with Pinn’s murder.
It’s still unclear what led to the fatal shooting or if the men knew each other.
In a news release, police said Mitchell-Johnson was arrested Feb. 24. He faces one count of probation violation and two counts of felony murder, online records show.
Mitchell-Johnson spent about a year and a half in prison for an aggravated assault conviction in Henry County, Georgia Department of Corrections records show. He was released in November 2016 and remained on probation.
Mitchell-Johnson is being held at the Henry County Jail without bond.