Roswell man suspected in parents’ double killing found dead

Credit: Roswell Police Department

Credit: Roswell Police Department

A man who was charged with two counts of murder in the killing of his parents in Roswell was found dead Saturday.

Duane Hall, 30, had been a fugitive for more than a month after his parents were discovered stabbed to death Aug. 2 at the home where all three lived together, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported.

Roswell police announced Tuesday that Hall was found dead in a car taken from the home of 70-year-old Delroy Hall and 60-year-old Murline Gregory-Hall after they were killed.

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According to Roswell police spokesman Officer Tim Lupo, the stolen 2019 Toyota Camry was found Saturday in the woods near a reservoir off Indian Creek Road in Henry County — about 60 miles from where the stabbings took place. A body found in the car was later identified as Duane Hall.

Hall’s cause of death has not been determined, Lupo said, adding “there is no indication of suspicious activity, and detectives are not searching for any other involved individuals.” Roswell police did not say how long Hall had been dead before he was found.

Hall was known to Roswell police prior to the killing of his parents, the AJC reported.

Anyone with additional information about this case is asked to contact the Roswell Police Department at 770-640-4100. Anonymous information can be submitted to Crime Stoppers by calling 404-577-8477.