William "Roddie" Bryan, Jr., the man who recorded the murder of unarmed Black jogger, Ahmaud Arbery, has been arrested and charged.
Bryan was booked on charges of felony murder and attempting to commit false imprisonment.
"I can tell you that if we believed he was a witness we wouldn't have arrested him," Georgia Bureau of Investigation Director Vic Reynolds said. "So there is probable cause and we are comfortable with that."
Ahmaud was jogging outside Brunswick, Georgia, when former law enforcement officer Gregory McMichael and his son, who are white, chased him after him. Arbery and Travis McMichael struggled over the latter's shotgun and Arbery was shot three times.
It was Gregory who told the cops that Bryan had "attempted to block (Arbery) which was unsuccessful."
Bryan had denied being involved in the murder and went on a whole press run before his arrest, claiming that he had been targeted by the public and had been receiving death threats.