Larry English, owner of a home under construction in Brunswick, GA where a shooting took place that ended in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, released additional security footage to investigators. In one clip recorded the day of the shooting, Arbery’s family attorneys say he is present as investigators determine the identities of those in the footage.
The videos appear to show no evidence of theft and English says nothing was taken from the property. The videos show an unknown man walking around the open framed house under construction and in a dock area on the property.
In one video the man exits the garage and begins to jog down the street. Travis McMichael, 34, and his father, Gregory McMichael, 64, have been charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery.
English said he was not involved in the shooting and didn’t know the McMichaels and feels distress for the Arbery family. He said his family has received death threats and doubts he will ever move into the house under construction due to the association with the shooting. The house has drawn unwanted attention since the shooting and people have been entering the property.
“Due to the property’s notoriety, unauthorized persons are regularly entering the property,” English’s attorney, Elizabeth Graddy, said in a statement. “For everyone’s safety, Mr. English asks that the public observe the posted ‘no trespassing’ signs.”