Ahmaud Arbery had gone for a run. The former high school football speedster often jogged through the neighborhoods southwest of Brunswick, but, on February 23, he was viewed as a threat, a thief. Someone in Satilla Shores called 911 to say "a black male running down the street" -- Arbery -- might be responsible for a rash of burglaries. Within minutes, three blasts erupted from Travis McMichael's shotgun, and Arbery was dead in the street.
It's been more than 10 weeks since the shooting. Learn more about updates in the case here.
For frequent updates, visit the Facebook page of Austin NAACP President Nelson Linder!