Skip to comments.WATCH: Atlanta Cop Borrows Bike, Helps Catch Old Fourth Ward Skatepark Murder Suspect
Posted on 07/01/2020 5:29:03 PM PDT by Cecily
A murder suspect in a shooting near the Old Fourth Ward skatepark was arrested Tuesday after an Atlanta police officer borrowed a mans bicycle and chased him on the Beltline, authorities said.
Nicholas Fonseca, 21, was wanted in connection with the death of 37-year-old Andrew Scott Callahan, who was shot multiple times Sunday evening near the skatepark, AJC.com previously reported.
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NOT GUILTY YOUR HONOR
I am looking forward to such things as:
1) His high school graduation photo
2) His upcoming rap album, which will be delayed now
3) His community work
4) His ongoing education
5) Barack Hussein Obama claiming him as his son
Another dead-eyed jogger.
He didn’t get killed by the police, so we will probably hear very little about him.
Obviously the bicycling Policeman was black, since the media didn’t portray is as WHITE COP CHASES DOWN BLACK MAN ON BIKE!!
Even chasing a dangerous felon, this cop was more courteous than many cyclists I deal with on the road.
The cop on the bike was white, but the cop who actually arrested the perpetrator was black.
That was a chase worthy of Pee Wee’s Big Adventure.
I would have let him go, said to he!! with it,
Has BLM or Romney called for the cops head yet?
The cop on the bike was white
Well his arms are black.
Steve McQueen’s got nothing on this guy!
Video of police bike chase.
He was a good boy.
He was an honor student.
After being arrested 7 times he was getting his life together.
“If I had a son, he would look like h8m”
I guess they are.
Looks and name sounds hispanic to me. Georgia is now roughly 10% hispanic.
Ive been a mountain biker for 30 some years now and I can tell you through they are absolutely the most effective method of transportation in the city theres no question about it
For crime of being black while cycling. Probably stole the bike too.
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