Man accused of killing Atlanta grandmother robbed liquor store before home break-in: cops


The man blamed for cutting a 77-year-elderly person to death inside her Atlanta home was purportedly inebriated and took a jug of vodka from an alcohol store before the killing.

Antonio Brown, 23, purportedly left a close by bundle store with a jug of vodka prior to bouncing the wall into the princely gated local area in Buckhead where police say he butchered Eleanor Bowles in a messed up carjacking Saturday.

Brown attempted to purchase a $20 jug of Absolut Vodka from Buckhead’s Best Wine and Spirits around 11:30 a.m., however was dismissed on the grounds that “he was at that point inebriated,” as per a police report got by The Post.

A store representative let police know that he then “grabbed” the jug and left the store on Northside Turnpike NW. She said staff members attempted to stop him, yet he was acting “forceful.” The worker said Brown was known by local people and was “consistently impaired.” She said she and others accepted he was destitute, as indicated by the report.

About a half hour after the shoplifting, Brown entered the local area where Bowles resided, broke into her home and purportedly cut the grandma on different occasions in the carport, authorities said. Brown was attempting to take Bowles’ 2021 Lexus RS350 when she interfered, police accept. He is blamed for wounding her to death and taking off in the vehicle, which was recuperated soon thereafter.

Bowles’ dormant body was found in her carport by her child a few hours after the fact around 5:30 p.m., police said. He was staying with his mom for these special seasons when he made the shocking revelation. Eleanor Bowles, 77, Eleanor Bowles, 77, was tracked down hours after the killing by her child.