Information Liberation.com By Chris Menahan Mon., May 11, 2020
Newly released surveillance videos show Ahmaud Arbery trespassed into a home — which the homeowner says was robbed of $2,500 worth of fishing gear earlier this year — before running away down the street after a neighbor called 911.
Arbery can be seen walking down the street — not jogging — then stopping on homeowner Larry English’s lawn and looking around. After seeing no one was in the area, he then trespassed into the house at around 2:09 p.m. on the timestamp, which is actually most likely around 1:08 p.m as police said the first neighbor to call 911 did so at 1:08 p.m.
Arbery is seen exiting the building around 5 minutes later and took off running or “jogging” after 911 had been called on him (possibly by the onlooking man who is seen standing next to a tree across the street that appears to be holding a phone up to his left ear and likely would have been in Arbery’s view). Continues below the Tweet.
The first 911 caller can be heard telling police about the trespassing incident and saying the suspect was “caught on camera a bunch before at night” and it’s “kind of an ongoing thing out here.”
He told the dispatcher in real time that he was witnessing the suspect leaving the house and “running down the street” (which suggests he was the onlooker seen on the video).
The second 911 caller, who reportedly made his call at 1:14 p.m., can be heard yelling at a man to “stop,” which was presumably Arbery.
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