Cobb Murder Suspect’s DUI Arrest; Police Releases Video

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The arrest video of Bryan Rhoden, a Cobb murder suspect, was released by the Chamblee Police department. Rhoden was arrested just hours after he allegedly killed three people. Rhoden is accused of the murders of Henry Valdez, Paul Pierson, and Gene Siller on the 3rd July in Cobb County. At around 2:30 p.m., Rhoden drove onto the 10th hole at the Pinetree Country Club’s golf course. He was driving Pierson’s white pickup truck.

When the club’s golf pro, Siller, went there, Rhoden allegedly shot him and ran. Valdez and Pierson were found dead in the truck by the Police. The video reveals a Maserati, black color, driving on Peachtree Road without the headlights on. A police officer after spotting the vehicle made a U-turn. The Cobb murder suspect was driving the vehicle, he apologized to the officer. But Rhoden failed to provide a license, the officer asked him to get out of the vehicle.

Police identified that the temporary tag did not match the VIN. It showed a different owner. Officer questioned Rhoden about his identity and car details. The officers arrested him for DUI as he failed a sobriety test. Police found a bookbag with jewelry, multiple ID’s and $11,000 cash. Rhoden can be heard potentially trying to bribe the officers to let him go.

He was taken to the police station by officers but he blew a 0.051 BrAC. He was transferred to DeKalb County Jail. On 4th July, he was booked before 2:00 a.m. He was bonded out on 6th July. Police asked Rhoden to return to the Police station after two days. The Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force took him under custody on account of kidnapping, murder, and other charges linked with shootings.

Without a bond, Rhoden remains in the Cobb County Jail.

If you or your loved ones face a similar incident, know your legal right through a Georgia DUI lawyer.

Source: https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/police-release-video-of-cobb-murder-suspects-dui-arrest