UPDATE 6:45 PM: The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety posted a Facebook update introducing the shooting victim and the person asking the police.
The woman found on the parking lot at the bank was Tynesha Evans, 45, of Alpharetta.
Othnel Inniss, 58, of Alpharetta, was the man who had been taken care of when the police arrived.
Inniss is charged with murder and aggravated assault on a weapon, according to information from the police. "The victim and the suspect are on an on-off, off-again relationship," according to a Facebook post from the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety.
A woman is dead and one is in custody after a deadly shot at a Wells Fargo bank in Alpharetta, police said on Saturday afternoon.
The police station was sent to 21 N. Main St. at 11:40 am, after receiving a call about a shot at a parking lot, Sgt. Howard Miller, spokeswoman for the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety.
"Upon arrival, police detected a woman who was a victim of a parking lot and an adult male at the scene," Miller said.
The woman was taken to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
The man was taken into custody and was questioned by Alpharetta's detractors at the police headquarters, Miller said.
Not clear what led to The shooting and police did not release the names of the male and female involved.
Detectors are still in the sights of collecting evidence, but area traffic is not affected.
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