One of the three white men who were charged with the horrific murder of Ahmaud Arbery earlier this year is reportedly being investigated for alleged sex crimes, according to the GBI (Georgia Bureau of Investigation).
NBC News reports that the GBI announced on Friday (July 17) that William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., the man who filmed Ahmaud Arbery's death, was under investigation for sex crimes, which was requested by the Camden County Sheriff's Office in July turned fifteen.
The store also reports: "A prosecutor mentioned the investigation into the GBI sex crimes in passing during Bryan's hearing on bail in the Arbery case on Friday afternoon, but his defense attorney did not go to court to investigate."
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The GBI published a statement on Twitter and provided the latest information about Bryan. The Camden County Sheriff's Office was responsible for this case.
"The Glynn County Police Department requested the GBI to open a sex crime investigation based on allegations against William" Roddie "Bryan, Jr.
No further details on the allegations have been released and Bryan's lawyer Kevin Gough has not made an official comment.
William "Roddie" Bryan Jr. was arrested on May 21 for murder and criminal attempted false sentences three months after he filmed Ahmaud Aubrey's murder on February 23 in Brunswick, Georgia.
Bryan Jr. is accused of following Gregory and Travis McMichael in their truck as they drove behind Arbery with a pistol and shotgun. The McMichael were arrested on May 7, 73 days after Arbery's death on February 23, and charged with murder and aggravated assault.
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