77-year-old Eleanor Bowles was fatally stabbed in her garage at her Atlanta home, and police are still looking for the person who committed this crime.
Atlanta Police Lt. Germain Dearlove said at a news conference that it appeared Bowles had prevented the suspect from robbing her of her 2021 Lexus RX350 sometime between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. It was reported by WSB, an ABC affiliate in Atlanta, that she resided in a secure neighborhood.
Several stab wounds were inflicted on Bowles. Deputy Chief Hampton Jr. of the Atlanta Police Department said her son found her body when he came to visit her for the holidays.
When someone close to them dies, the holidays are no time to be sad and grieving, as Hampton put it. According to WSB, her son Michael Bowles said, “Our world has been turned upside down and for really no good reason.” It was an act that made no sense at all.
Apparently, Bowles’ car was stolen and driven all over Atlanta before being found. A person of interest who “may have significant information in this investigation” has been released to the public, and authorities are hoping for their assistance in locating him or her.
Arrest In Stabbing Of 77-Year-Old Buckhead Mother
According to Dickens, 23-year-old Antonio Brown was arrested on Monday for the murder of 77-year-old Eleanor Bowles. Our community is understandably shaken by the murder of Ms. Bowles,” the mayor said.
On Saturday night, police said Bowles died at her Paces West Terrace home in Buckhead from “multiple lacerations.” According to the investigation, Brown was attempting to steal her car when she confronted him, at which point he turned violent.
Just yesterday, Dickens said, “we put out a call asking for help identifying a person of interest in the camera footage.” This was in reference to the suspect photos that the police had released.
A witness who saw the photos alerted authorities less than 24 hours later when they saw Brown.
Police are baffled as to how Brown was able to bypass the fence. The probe is still in progress at this time.
The mayor explained that everyone in the community must rally around them because of how everyone is affected. “And whether you live on the north side of town, the south side, the east side, or the west side of town, regardless of your economic station, APD and this administration will exhaust all of our resources to bring violent criminals to justice and keep our city streets safe,” the mayor said.
The mayor claimed that the arrest was made possible by the city’s camera network, Connect Atlanta, which is used by police to identify criminals.
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Another Teen Is Taken Into Custody After A Fatal Double Shooting On The 17th Street Bridge
The mayor also announced the arrest of a second suspect in the shooting deaths of Zyion Charles, 12, and Cameron Jackson, 15, on the 17th Street Bridge.
Arrested was a Clayton County teen who was 16 years old. The authorities did not disclose his identity. He faced murder accessory, assault with serious bodily injury, and gang membership charges.
Police Chief Charles Hampton, Jr. of Atlanta had previously announced that two juveniles, ages 15 and 16, had been arrested and charged with two counts of murder, aggravated assault, and gang-related offenses; this latest arrest brings the total number of arrests to three.
The killings of Charles and Jackson have been officially ruled a gang-related shooting. On the night of November 26th, after being removed from the Atlantic Station property, six people, including the two boys, were shot. The shooting occurred on the 17th Street bridge.
“We can’t have that. It used to be a whole and is now half, “Zyrhia, one of the boy’s twin sisters, explained. I can’t call on him because I no longer have him.
A 13-year-old was arrested in connection with the death of a 77-year-old Indianapolis woman, and another 13-year-old was detained for a burglary at her home.
Officers from the Northwest District of the Indianapolis Police Department were dispatched to the 1800 block of Warman Avenue on February 11 to check on 77-year-old Cecelia O’Bryan. Traumatized O’Bryan was discovered inside the house.
A homicide investigation concluded in the immediate death of O’Bryan.
Homicide detectives found evidence that pointed to a 13-year-old boy as the killer in O’Bryan’s murder. Police in Indianapolis has announced the arrest of a second juvenile (also 13 years old) for burglary at the same address.
A lot of O’Bryan’s neighbors have said nice things about how quiet and friendly he is. The assistance of members of the community was recognized by the IMPD as a contributing factor in the successful resolution of the case.