Friday, May 8, 2009
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LAWRENCEVILLE - Prosecutors have fingered a Lawrenceville man as the shooter in a killing outside a popular eatery last summer.
Miguel Dominguez-Reyes fatally shot Decatur resident Eric Livsey and wounded his accomplice during a failed cocaine deal at Bahama Breeze in Duluth, according to an indictment released Thursday. Police previously said Dominguez-Reyes only orchestrated the deal that led to the Aug. 2 shooting.
Dominguez-Reyes faces six counts that include felony murder, aggravated assault and cocaine trafficking. His arraignment is expected within a month.
The suspect reportedly shot the two men in their vehicle. The other victim, Shaegue Uddin, ran from the car after he was shot and collapsed at the restaurant's entrance. He survived, while Livsey died at the scene. No restaurant patrons were injured.
At stake was at least 400 grams of cocaine, about half a kilo, the indictment says.
Police arrested Dominguez-Reyes in New Orleans four months after the killing. He remains at the Gwinnett County Jail without bond.