The shooting occurred in late June; gay community mourned passing of popular drag performer.
Christopher Williams, the man accused of shooting and killing a Dunwoody man at the Peachtree Place apartments is still in DeKalb County Jail, facing multiple charges. The Stone Mountain man was arrested shortly after the shooting, which took place after meeting Roberto Calderon-Guzman, who advertised as an escort on backpage.com, according to Dunwoody PD. The two apparently met up in late June via the online advertisement at Guzman's Dunwoody apartment. Witnesses at the scene described a botched robbery that led to the shooting. Guzman later died at a nearby hospital. It was Dunwoody's first homicide of the year, and the first in the last two years, according to a recent Dunwoody crime stats report. Overall, violent crimes are sharply …
A Stone Mountain man is suspected of killing man after shooting him in a robbery. The suspect contacted the victim through backpage.com
- POLICE & FIRE
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Police say that a man was killed in Dunwoody last week after he was contacted on the personals' website backpage.com, and that the motive was robbery. Backpage.com is known as a place for the solcitation of prostitution. Dunwoody Police said they did not know the nature of the solicitation in the case. "We believe the suspect was targeting or identifying his victims through back page.com," according to Sgt. Mike Carlson. Dunwoody Police Tuesday arrested Christopher Williams, 20, of Stone Mountain, in connection with a shooting Friday at Peachtree Place Apartments. Roberto Calderon-Guzman, a 30-year-old man from Bainbridge, Ga., was shot and taken to to Northside Hospital early Friday. He was later pronounced dead. Williams is being charged…