Chamblee Police have indentified a suspect in the killing of a man at the Club 300 bowling alley on Feb. 21.
Warrants have been issued for Antwan Milton on charges of felony murder and criminal attempt to commit armed robbery, according to a statement by Chamblee Police Chief Marc Johnson.
Milton, 26, was released from DeKalb County Jail on a $50,000 bond Nov. 5, 2010, after being charged with aggravated assault and armed robbery. He is wanted in connection with the death of John Elliott Williams, 31, who was shot several times in the bowling alley parking lot and died at the scene.
Rodney Powell, 36, had turned himself in to police later on Feb. 21 and told police he shot Williams in self defense. According to police, Milton and Williams met Powell in the bowling alley parking lot where Powell was going to buy computers from the men. Williams got into Powell’s car, pulled out a gun and robbed him. Powell told police he then fired his gun at Williams in self defense.
Williams then got out of the car and witnesses reported that Williams tried to get into Milton’s silver Mitsubishi Eclipse, but he was either pushed or fell out of the car and onto the ground.
Chamblee Police is asking anyone who has seen Milton or the silver Eclipse to call (770) 986-5005 or call 911.