Man arrested in connection to deadly food mart shooting

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The man wanted for a deadly shooting at a food mart over the weekend turned himself into authorities Tuesday.

Cordale Jefferson, 27, was booked into the Cobb County jail Tuesday afternoon on charges connected to the shooting death of 25-year-old Jack Myles. Cobb County Police said Myles was shot Saturday night at the Save & Go Food Mart on the 2000 block of Austell Road near Pat Mell Road.

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Medics transported Myles to Kennestone Hospital, where he died.

Investigators said they identified Jefferson through surveillance video because of a his very distinct facial tattoos. He has multiple face tattoos, including the word "BADAZZ" on his forehead, two teardrop tattoos under his left eye, and a money bag tattoo under his right eye.

Jefferson was charged with murder and aggravated assault.

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