Authorities say the 25-year-old black man left Arbury for a walk near Brunswick, Georgia on February 23, 2020, when McMahells chased him in his truck and Travis shot him after two fights, officials said. After the shooting, Gregory McMahon was heard saying in police body-camera footage that he had a gut feeling that Adori might be responsible for previous thefts in the neighborhood, a Georgia Investigation Bureau of Investigation official testified at an early hearing in June.
Both men have not pleaded guilty to misdemeanor and criminal murder charges, and have counted felony assault, false imprisonment and criminal attempted imprisonment.
William “Roddy” Brian Jr., who recorded the video of Arbury’s death, accused Arbury with his truck after he joined McMahells in the chase. Bryan has pleaded not guilty to charges of false imprisonment and criminal attempted murder.
All three men, who are white, have been detained without arrest.
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