The ex-police officer in Georgia who was accused of killing and kidnapping a 16-year-old girl who disappeared in July is now being accused of stalking and breaking into the home of another lady.
Former Doraville police officer Miles Bryant is suspected of abducting and murdering 16-year-old Susanna Morales, then abandoning her body in the woods, naked. His bond has been denied in the Gwinnett County Adult Detention Center while he awaits trial on charges of murder, kidnapping, and concealing the death of another.
A former classmate of Bryant’s has accused him of stalking her and breaking into her home in Snellville, Georgia, in May of this year. Elesha Bates, who spoke to the press, speculated that if the burglary case hadn’t been dropped, Morales might not be alive today.
Bates stated that her and Bryant’s friendship dated back to fifth grade.
Fox News also covered the news by a tweet:
Former Georgia cop charged with killing 16-year-old missing girl has been charged in 2019 burglary https://t.co/RFraUvWVR1
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 5, 2023
Bates was shown footage from her neighbor’s doorbell camera showing a man hovering around her door and pushing on the handle multiple times.
Bates told Atlanta in February that she thought Bryant broke into her apartment while out of town; she even showed the station photographs of the broken front door.
Bates reported the occurrences to the police in Doraville, Bryant’s former place of employment, and Gwinnett County, where she currently resides, for fear for her safety.
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When The Incident Ended
Doraville police stated they looked into the matter internally. The incidents reportedly ended after officials spoke with Bryant about them. According to the Doraville Police Department, they advised Bates to contact the Gwinnett County Police Department about the possible criminal charges.
They say they had to declare a “lack of leads” and conclude the case on Bates. Yet late last month, fresh evidence prompted a reopening of the investigation into her disappearance.
Authorities say Bryant broke into a house by attempting to open a locked bedroom window.
In Snellville, Georgia, he faces burglary charges in the first degree.
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