Atlanta shooter to cops: 'Am I going to jail for the rest of my life?'

According to a police report cited by The New York Times, the man suspected in a string of massage parlor killings in Atlanta asked a sheriff's deputy if he was going to spend "the rest of his life" in jail.

Robert Aaron Long, 21, posed the question as he was being brought to a cell after his arrest Tuesday night. He has been charged with eight counts of murder in the attacks on three massage parlors.

Deputy Tara Herrick of the Crisp County Sheriff's Office wrote in his police report that Long's question was captured on an officer's body camera.

Read the full report over at The New York Times.