He's been in the county jail since mid-May, after he walked into the Lawrenceville Police Department to report his passport missing. Authorities believe he didn't realize he'd left it at the scene of the shooting and wanted for questioning because police had found it, along with a phone that allegedly showed he'd been arguing with Johnson over marijuana.
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In the police station, Stewartson told an officer he needed to get a police report for the missing passport, which he thought he’d lost at a Gwinnett County Walmart, so he could order a replacement. He and his wife were hoping to go on vacation, Stewartson said.
The cop noticed him sweating profusely, his hands shaking.
Curious, the officer looked him up, discovered he was wanted on a murder charge and arrested him.
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