They’re caught the man who shot and killed the golf pro in Atlanta, and two other people on the golf course.

AJC.com reported that Bryan Rhoden, 23, was arrested Thursday after being identified as the “lone shooter” in the bizarre triple homicide at an affluent Kennesaw-area country club over the Fourth of July weekend.

He faces three counts of murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two counts of kidnapping in Saturday’s shooting deaths of golf pro Gene Siller, 46, and the two victims found in the truck, 46-year-old Henry Valdez and 76-year-old Paul Pierson.

Here’s the mugshot photo of the alleged killer. 

There’s a very bizarre crime unfolding in Georgia.


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Several people have been shot in a strange murder spree that includes an actual golf pro from a country club, who was shot “execution-style” on the 10th hole.

Golf pro Gene Siller was shot and killed at a country club in suburban Atlanta on Saturday, and two other men were found dead inside the bed of a pickup truck on the golf course, the Cobb County Police Department said.

NBC News reported that the bodies of two additional victims have been found after a shooting at the Pinetree Country Club that took the life of golf pro and director Gene Siller. According to the Cobb County Police Department, two men were found shot to death in the bed of a Ram 3500 pick-up truck located at the country club’s golf course.

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One of men was identified as Paul Pierson, police said. He was the owner of the Ram 3500. The other man has not yet been identified.  When officers arrived, they found a man on green of the 10th hole with a gunshot wound to the head. The victim was later identified as golf pro and director Gene Siller.

According to a member of the club, the shooter drove his car to the 10th fairway at the country club’s golf course, Siller went to see what was going on and he was shot and killed. The Kennesaw State Office of Emergency Management said the suspect was a Hispanic male “considered armed and dangerous.” He is described as 6-foot-1 weighing 170 pounds.


This has the “feel” of an angry employee situation, where the person comes back to seek revenge.


We’ll see how this plays out – in the meantime, we offer our prayers to all the victims and their families.

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