Ahmaud Arbery trial: Cops planned to give him trespassing warning before death

Ahmaud Arbery trial: Cops planned to give him trespassing warning before death


Authorities were looking for Ahmaud Arbery to give him a trespass warning for repeatedly entering an under-construction home in Georgia before he was chased and shot dead by neighbors who saw him running from the property, a cop testified Friday.

Glynn County police Officer Robert Rash told jurors he had been searching for the 25-year-old black man — who hadn’t yet been identified — to tell him to stay away from the home after repeated complaints from the homeowner.

The owner had sent the officer security camera videos of Arbery at the site five times between Oct. 25, 2019 and Feb. 23, 2020 — the day Arbery was killed after being pursued by the three white men currently on trial for his

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