Georgia was arrested Friday after police say he shot and killed 19-year-old man who accidentally knocked on the wrong door of the apartment.
The shooting victim, Omarian Banks, landed on the retro apartment complex in Atlanta about 12:30 am on Friday.
According to police, the banks and his girlfriend recently moved into the building, and the banks are still not familiar with the area, knocked to the fact that he thought his apartment door.
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Banks are said to have made the mistake of approaching the door of 32-year-old Darryl Bains instead. According to police accounts, the couple had a brief conversation before Bynes went inside, grabbed a gun and shot the cans as he tried to leave, according to WSB-TV.
A friend of banks, which was on FaceTime during the shooting, told a local radio station, she heard her boyfriend say "I'm sorry, I'm in the house" before Bynes reportedly called him a racial slur, adding "you deal home. "She said that she had heard two shots, which are shot.
Police said Bynes first claimed self-defense, but the evidence of the victim have been removed from the balcony Bynes as he tried to leave, according to WSB-TV.
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Bynes was arrested and booked into the Fulton County jail, where he faces charges of murder, records indicated by the prisoners themselves.
He was arrested three previous times, for prison records.
Associated Press contributed to this report.