Jarmaine Reynolds, 20, was on the Atlanta Police Department’s “most wanted” list.
Photo: APD
Photo: APD

Man wanted by Atlanta police on murder charge turns himself in

Jarmaine Reynolds has turned himself in after being on Atlanta Police Department’s “most wanted” list in relation to the shooting of a man in the victim’s southwest Atlanta home. 

Reynolds came to the Fulton County Jail on Thursday, police said. He was charged with the armed robbery and felony murder of Rashaud Broner, who was allegedly confronted by men with guns after he answered the door of his Stanton Road home on Aug. 19.

Broner, 29, and the men got into a fight, and he was shot in the stomach. He was pronounced dead at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Police did not say why Reynolds, 20, is a suspect, or if others have been identified. At this point, his charges are allegations by law enforcement.

See Fulton County’s ‘most wanted fugitives’ list


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