Georgia Teacher Dies In Head-On Collision After Killing His Alleged Lover (Video)
A Dekalk County teacher died in a head-on collision hours after he shot and killed his alleged lover he believed cheated on him.
A Dekalb County teacher died in a head-on collision hours after he shot and killed his alleged lover he believed cheated on him.
Roy McClendon-Thompson, a popular teacher at McNair High School, gunned down James Curtis Jones early Monday morning around 5:20 a.m. at the Arrive Perimeter apartment complex.
Roy and James met on the dating app, Jack’d, and dated off and on for a few months. But, here’s where things get tricky.
James Curtis Jones called 911 three days before the shooting to report Roy had threatened him over the phone. He claimed he and Roy dated, never had sex or lived together, but he went “mental” on him.
When the police contacted Roy – he stated he did have a sexual relationship with James and was upset because James had cheated on him with one of his friends.
Roy also claimed James threatened him so police dropped the case and ordered both men to cease communication.
When police confronted Roy McClendon-Thompson about the shooting, he gave chase into Clayton County and died in a head-on collision when his Cadillac struck a dump truck.
Watch the video below for more.
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