Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Internet video coverage makes suspect turn himself in for Dunwoody Murder.


A Cumming man accused of fatally shooting another man at a Dunwoody gas station earlier this month is in jail, authorities said Tuesday.

Cayles Nathan Berry, 36, turned himself in to DeKalb County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday, more than a week after Allan Wolfenbarger was shot behind the Texaco gas station at 4369 Peachtree Road, on March 12.

Footage from the Texaco’s security camera — widely circulated through the media — showed the two men walking together in the store and outside, just before Wolfenbarger was killed.

Witnesses said Berry drove away from the station, leaving Wolfenbarger laying on the ground to die at the entrance of the gas station, authorities said.

According to an arrest warrant, Wolfenbarger’s friends and family said he was meeting Berry for a drug transaction.

Berry is being held without bond at the DeKalb County jail.

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