A 45-year-old man was shot to death at a Dunwoody apartment complex on the morning of April 8, according to police, who say they are still investigating. The suspect in the shooting later died after fleeing police in a vehicle and crashing the car, according to police. That fatality is also under investigation.

Dunwoody Police spokesperson Sgt. Robert Parsons said that police received multiple 911 calls around 5:20 a.m. “regarding a person screaming, then multiple gunshots” at the Arrive Perimeter apartments. On arrival, police found James Curtis Jones, a resident of the apartments, suffering a gunshot wound, in the complex’s parking deck.

“Officers attempted lifesaving efforts, but the man was pronounced deceased moments later,” Parsons said.

Arrive Perimeter is at 2000 Asbury Square, which is a complex driveway off Perimeter Center North.

The suspect in the fatal shooting was identified as a 42-year-old Roy McLendon-Thompson from Ellenwood, Ga. When Dunwoody and DeKalb County law enforcement went to Ellenwood to try to find him, the suspect fled in a vehicle and led police on a chase into Clayton County where the suspect crashed and died from his injuries, Parsons said.

The Georgia State Patrol is investigating the Clayton County crash.

McLendon-Thompson has been a political science teacher at DeKalb County’s McNair High School since 2016, according to the school district. Police said the motive appeared to be a domestic dispute

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Caleb Gilbert at 678-382-6997 or email at Caleb.Gilbert@dunwoodyga.gov.

This story has been updated.

–John Ruch and Dyana Bagby

John Ruch is an Atlanta-based journalist. Previously, he was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.