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Smoke shop murder suspects indicted for string of crimes

Woodstock, GA-- An indictment just handed down accuses two murder suspects of a string of violent robberies that spanned two months across Metro Atlanta.

Justin Clay White, 25, and Dominique Rashad Stevens, 22, now faces charges of racketeering, felony murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

Woodstock police say White and Stevens were caught on surveillance camera video May 20, 2015 shooting and killing 20-year-old Enrique "E.J." Delos-Reyes, Jr.

Delos-Reyes, Jr. was working at Smoke 911 in the 8200 block of Highway 92 in Woodstock. According to the indictment, White and Stevens robbed the business, shot Delos-Reyes, Jr. and took off with money, cigars and other merchandise.

Police say the two drove away in a gray four door BMW sedan with a dealer tag.

According to the indictment, White, aka "La La" and Stevens, aka "Domo" knew each other when they lived in the New Orleans area. Both, along with some other associates, moved to Metro Atlanta after Hurricane Katrina.

In the indictment, authorities now accuse them of a string of armed robberies that occured in the days and month before the murder:

April 13, Gamestop in Newnan was robbed

April 26, GameStop in Suwanee was robbed

May 10, GameStop in Hiram was robbed

May 11, the owner of a gray 2004 BMW 530i was carjacked and his car was stolen

May 14, Cloud9 smoke shop in Smyrna was robbed

May 16, Cloud9 smoke shop in Kenneaw was robbed

May 18, GameStop in Austell was robbed

May 20, Smoke 911 was robbed and Enrique "E.J." Delos-Reyes, Jr. was killed

According to the indictment, between May 27 and 28 White and Stevens fled to New Orleans.

A search of the College Park residence police say White and Stevens shared in uncovered a key for the stolen gray BMW, mail belonging to car owner and a cigar box believed to be from Smoke 911.

A US Fugitive squad found them June 5 where they were arrested.

Authorities say a search of the resident they were found in uncovered a cigar box believed to be from Smoke 911, a grey hoodie with markings that matched the one captured in surveillance video from the various robberies and a semi automatic handgun among other things.