Cobb County police were looking for 27-year-old Cordale Jefferson (shown here) for possible involvement the Nov. 7, 2018, killing of 25-year-old Jack Myles. The photo on the left is Jefferson’s driver’s license photo and not a mugshot.
Photo: Cobb County Police Department
Photo: Cobb County Police Department

Cobb shooting suspect with distinctive forehead tattoo turns himself in

A man suspected in a Saturday shooting death turned himself in to Cobb County police Tuesday, a day after the department released his name and photos to the public.

Cordale Jefferson, 27, is accused of shooting and killing 25-year-old Jack Myles.


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The department previously said that officers responded about 6:20 p.m. Saturday to Austell and Pat Mell roads and found Myles on the ground. He was taken to WellStar Kennestone Hospital, where he died, police said.

Jefferson had been described at having has “BADAZZ” tattooed on his forehead along with a two teardrop tattoos under his left eye and a money bag tattoo under his right eye.

Jefferson was not listed in any Cobb court system database Tuesday night, so it isn’t clear when he will next appear in court.


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