Bryan Anthony Rhoden is an Atlanta rapper that was apprehended by the Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force in Chamblee around 5:30 p.m and will be charged with three counts of murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two counts of kidnapping.
Bryan Anthony Rhoden Bio
Bryan Anthony is an Atlanta-based Rapper called B-Rod. Bryan Anthony Rhoden is 23 years old as such was born in 1997.
Bryan Anthony Shooting Incident
Bryan Anthony or B-Rod is the suspect accused in the deaths of three men, including Gene Siller, a respected golf pro in Kennesaw, Georgia. According to ABC News Eugene Siller, 46, a golf pro who worked at the course, was shot in the head on the green of the 10th hole after apparently stumbling upon a crime in progress, according to police. He was killed “because he witnessed an active crime taking place,” police said. There is no connection between Siller and the suspect, Fox said. Siller was killed on Saturday, July 3, 2021, the motive is not yet clear.
The other two victims are 76-year-old Paul Pierson of Kansas and 46-year-old Henry Valdez of California. They were found in the bed of a white Ram 3500 pickup truck nearby. They were believed to have been killed on the golf course not long before they were found.
Bryan Anthony Arrest
After a nationwide manhunt, Bryan Rhoden was apprehended in Chamblee, Georgia, about a half-hour from the crime scene. The suspect was caught Thursday evening in connection with the shootings with help from the U.S. Marshals Service, the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office said.
Bryan Anthony was charged with three counts of murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two counts of kidnapping. According to online DeKalb County jail records, Rhoden was arrested by the Chamblee Police Department for DUI, providing false ID, and other vehicle and traffic charges just hours after the discovery on the tenth hole green.
Bryan Anthony is also accused of orchestrating another shooting incident on a college campus. he was previously accused in 2020 of leading police on a high-speed chase in White and Tippecanoe counties.
He faced a felony for resisting law enforcement as well as misdemeanor charges. He was accused of traveling over 100 miles per hour in a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Here’s the mugshot of Bryan Rhoden, The accused killer of the golf pro at Pine Tree country club in Kennesaw.
I know you’re as shocked as I am. Right? pic.twitter.com/PbHxSpSbim
— Neal Boortz — Puddin’ Stick (@Talkmaster) July 9, 2021
This is from 2016, but it's the same guy. https://t.co/xxPpgP1nby
— Jason Nicholson (@jsnich79) July 9, 2021