DeKalb murder suspect arrested, accused of shooting man multiple times

Credit: DeKalb County Sheriff's Office

Credit: DeKalb County Sheriff's Office

DeKalb County deputies on Thursday arrested a suspect accused of killing a man four days prior, the sheriff’s office said.

Charles Louis Gandy, 30, was arrested at a Graves Road apartment complex in Norcross, according to investigators. He has been charged with malice murder in the death of Lecorey Jerrell Blevins on Sunday.

Gandy is accused of shooting Blevins several times during an argument at a bar along Columbia Drive, according to authorities. Blevins was found by police slumped over on the curb outside the building bleeding from his head, an incident report states.

According to the report, surveillance footage showed Blevins, Gandy and another man sitting at the bar talking until the third man left and a fight ensued. Gandy then went outside and Blevins soon followed. As the two continued arguing, several shots rang out, the report states.

Gandy left the location in a white minivan immediately after the shooting, according to police.

The Lawrenceville man was booked into the DeKalb jail, where he remains without bond.