(ATLANTA) -- The man suspected of shooting and killing a police officer in Georgia last week was found dead Tuesday night.
Police sources told WSB-TV, an ABC affiliate, that Jordan Jackson was found dead in a Clayton County apartment complex from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Tuesday night. Henry County Police Department confirmed his death on its Facebook page.
Clayton County police were tipped off to Jackson's presence at the Chateau Forest Apartments in Riverdale at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, WSB-TV reported.
The complex was put on lockdown after investigators found Jackson's body.
"Jordan Jackson was found hiding out with some friends in Clayton County," the Henry County Sheriff's Office said in a news release. "After barricading himself in a room, SWAT Teams addressed the situation utilizing tactful methods which resulted in authorities being feet away from Jordan. The suspect took his own life seconds before being captured."
On Nov. 4, Henry County police officer Paramhans Desai, 38, was responding to a domestic dispute and attempting to arrest Jackson when he was shot. Desai then fled the scene, according to police.
Desai was pronounced dead on Monday night at Grady Memorial Hospital after succumbing to his injuries, the police department said in a Facebook post. He was married with two children.
On Sunday, Georgia investigators and NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal offered a $60,000 reward for information about the suspect, who police later said was Jackson.
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