Three indicted in shooting death of Loganville man

LAWRENCEVILLE - Three men who allegedly gunned down a Loganville man in Duluth were indicted Wednesday on murder and other charges related to the April incident.

A grand jury charged Timothy Priest Walker, 20, Willie Antonio Moore, 30, and Demarcus Lerenzo Mister, 23, with murder, felony murder and aggravated assault for a robbery that turned deadly April 27.

All three are held without bond in the Gwinnett County Detention Center, pending an arraignment expected within a month.

Marcus Talton, 22, was shot during the altercation at the Bridgewater Apartments at 4275 Satellite Blvd. and later died at Gwinnett Medical Center. The crime appeared to be drug-related, police said in May.

Walker, of Atlanta, was arrested May 16. He faces an additional count, possession of a firearm by a first offender probationer, plus two more counts of felony murder and aggravated assault than his alleged accomplices.

Mister, of Doraville, was arrested May 20, followed by Moore, of Norcross, who was booked June 26, according to the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Department.

The aggravated assault was committed against Talton and two other men, John Johnson and Robert Pullar, according to the indictment.