Man who KILLED three people at a Georgia golf club identified as ASPIRING RAPPER

The alleged golf course killer shot three people dead, including golf professional Paul Siller, at Pinetree Country Club in Georgia last Saturday.

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Fri, 9 Jul 2021

Man who KILLED three people at a Georgia golf club identified as ASPIRING RAPPER

The man who allegedly shot and killed three men on a golf course in Georgia, USA last weekend has been identified as aspiring rapper Bryan Rhoden.

The police who are involved said that they arrested Bryan Rhoden of Atlanta on Thursday for shooting and killing Paul Siller, Paul Pierson and Henry Valdez.

Rhoden, who is also known as B Rod, has over 18,000 followers on Instagram and recently released a mixtape called "Made It Out." 

Also, according to jail records obtained by Fox5, the 23-year-old was arrested for DUI, providing false ID and other vehicle and traffic charges just hours before the bodies were discovered at Pinetree Country Club.

During last Saturday afternoon, Siller was found shot dead on the golf course and when police went to investigate, they found a Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck with the bodies of Pierson and Valdez in the back. The truck belonged to Pierson.

At a press conference on Thursday, Cobb County Police Chief Tim Cox said Rhoden would face three counts of murder and other counts of aggravated assault and of kidnapping.

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Cox added that detectives are still interviewing the suspect and more charges may be incoming. Police believe that Siller was not an intended target, but was killed after he supposedly witnessed a crime taking place, with the other two bodies later being found in the truck

On that afternoon, Siller was reportedly responding to an issue on the 10th hole of the course when a man in a white truck pulled his vehicle into a bunker. It was at this point when he was tragically shot dead.

Siller, a husband and father to two children, was also member of the Pinetree Country Club staff and had previously worked as the director of golf and head golf pro at Summit Chase Country Club, according to the Gwinnett Daily Post.

 

 

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