Cobb County police arrested the suspect accused of killing three people, including the golf pro at a country club in Kennesaw, Ga.
Bryan Rhoden, 23, allegedly shot and killed golf pro Gene Siller at the Pinetree Country Club in Kennesaw, Ga. on July 3.
Siller, the director of the country club, was killed after he approached a white pickup truck that became stuck on a sandbar on the 10th hole.
Cobb County police discovered two more bodies of male victims in the bed of the pickup truck.
Paul Pierson, 76, of Topeka, Kansas, was the registered owner of the truck. 46-year-old Henry Valdez, of Anaheim, California, was the third victim.
Within hours of Siller's murder, Rhoden was arrested by police in Chamblee, Ga. on charges of driving under the influence and presenting a false identification.
He was released from the DeKalb County Jail on July 6, before police matched his prints to evidence found inside the truck.
Bryan Rhoden was arrested again on Thursday, July 8 and booked into the Cobb County Jail without bail.
I guess Bryan Rhoden got bonded out in Chamblee (Gwinnett county) before his prints hit the system? and that's why Cobb PD was adamant there was no threat to residents of Kennesaw? https://t.co/1aKI68JLBE
— ? Peaches & Scream (@NewYearsDani) July 9, 2021
Cobb County held a press conference on Friday night. They did not explain the connection between Rhoden, Pierson and Veldez or the location of their murders.
An aspiring rapper, Rhoden is seen flashing diamond jewelry, cars and cash on photos on Instagram. He also shared clips of his rap music on social media.