Bond denied for man arrested for murder of coach killed at Peachtree Corners QT
Dozens of people gathered in Norcross on Sunday night to remember Bradley Coleman, who was killed during an attempted carjacking.
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - Bond has been denied for the man accused of killing Bradley Coleman during an attempted carjacking at a QuikTrip gas station in Peachtree Corners.
The Gwinnett Police Department has arrested 20-year-old David Jarrad Booker of Stone Mountain for the murder of Bradley Coleman.
Booker is being charged with felony murder and aggravated assault.
The 29-year-old was shot after several men tried to steal his car while he was putting air into his tires at the Peachtree Corners QT, according to Gwinnett County Police.
Those who knew and loved Coleman told CBS46 they want the case solved.
“We want it to be solved so the family can move on, we want to know why,” Reggie Stancil, who coached Coleman, said. “Why take somebody like that away from us?”
According to family, Coleman was a father, coach in Gwinnett County and a stand-out athlete at Norcross High School.
“I just see his daughter, his family, his dad, coach with me for so many years, “ John Lewis, who also coached Coleman, said. “He was such a great young man.”
Coleman leaves behind a 6-year-old daughter.
Aside from coaching, he also had his own clothing line.
At last check, police are still searching for the shooters.
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