North Fulton County

Suspect followed teens to Publix parking lot before killing them, court documents say

ROSWELL, Ga. — The man accused of shooting a killing two teens behind a Roswell Publix followed them there, according to court records.

on murder charges for the deaths of Natalie Henderson, 17, and Carter Davis, 17. %



Davis and Henderson were found shot in the head, lying beside their cars in the parking lot early Monday morning.

Police say after shooting them, Hazelwood robbed them. He is accused of taking Henderson’s debit card and driver’s license. He then left the scene, but returned later to take Davis’ jumper cables, according to the documents.

Officers say Hazelwood then went to a gas station a few miles away and used Henderson’s card to buy gas.


The manager at that Flash Foods station in Woodstock said she couldn’t comment about what information the store gave police to help with their investigation, but said she is relieved police made an arrest.

“I’m so glad they caught him. How they got killed, I mean, that’s just terrible to hear,” Star Holland said.

Holland said she appreciates the work by detectives in the case.

“They did a good job,” she said.

Hazelwood appeared in court Friday. His attorney said he is still gathering information about the case and had little to say after court. Hazelwood had no family in the courtroom during his appearance.

Hazelwood will be back in court on Aug. 19.

A celebration of life for Davis was held Thursday morning. Henderson's funeral took place Friday morning.

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Posted by WSB-TV on Friday, August 5, 2016