ROCKDALE COUNTY, Ga. -- Autopsy results released Friday reveal the man accused of fatally shooting two people at a Rockdale County liquor store committed suicide.
A forensic autopsy performed on 36-year-old Jeffrey Pitts' body showed he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
Investigators said Pitts killed a clerk and a customer at Magnet Package Liquor Store at Highway 20 and Bell Road May 31. He then returned home and shot his parents, who were taken to an Atlanta-area hospital in stable condition.
Pitts died after exchanging gunfire with a Rockdale County Sheriff's deputy. Dash cam video shows investigators pull up to Pitts' property and approaching the home. At one point, a deputy yells, "Show me your hands!" before shots are fired. A man, presumably Pitts' father, can also be heard saying, "That's my son, he shot me, he shot my wife."