Police probe casino pedestrian death
Daniels, who owned the Redneck Inn in downtown Atlanta, told police that she was looking at her phone when 우리카지노she saw a man walk down the stairs in the 300 block of South Colwell Street, her testimony indicates.
She then approached him, according to the affidavit. He started talking with her and she asked him to show her his wallet, which she didn’t have.
Daniels said she got inside the car, pulled her purse out, placed it in her purse and went out of the casino. The man got into his car and drove away, the affidavit states.
The second man followed shortly after and started pushing the do바카라or open, while Daniels was talking with him about a possible robbery, the affidavit states.
Police said they were notified, but couldn’t speak on Daniels’ behalf because she had not yet been interviewed.
On Aug. 16, investigators from the FBI and the Georgia Bureau of Inves더킹카지노tigation arrested David D. Crenshaw Jr., 21, on a charge of battery causing great bodily harm with an object. He was being held on a $1,000,000 bond, according to Gwinnett County court records.
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