“We’re still waiting on fingerprints,” Deputy Chief Investigator Mark Anglin told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Thursday.
A description of the victim wasn’t immediately available.
The warrants for Richey, who remains held without bond in the DeKalb jail, allege he was approached by the victim and then followed him after declining the request for money.
Charles Richey, 49, is accused of murder in the stabbing death of a man who asked him for money on a MARTA train, police say. (DeKalb County jail)
A scuffle ensued.
Richey drew a knife, with a blade measuring more than three inches, and stabbed the man “numerous times,” one warrant says.
Richey is charged with murder.
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