The suspect, identified as Bryan Rhoden, was arrested by the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office escape unit, U.S. Marshals and Chamblee Police around noon. 17.30 ET in Chamblee, Georgia, according to Long.
Cobb County Police Chief Tim Cox is expected to host a news conference Thursday at 20 ET with reference to an arrest for the triple homicide, Cobb County Police said earlier.
Police said earlier that they were called to a report of a person who was shot Saturday afternoon and found Siller – who was the club’s director of golf – shot in the head near the green in the 10th hole of the course.
A truck was on the green and officers found the bodies of the two other men in the truck bed ̵
Someone had driven into the green of the truck – a white Ram 3500 pickup – and shot Siller when Siller arrived to see what was going on, a club member told CNN affiliate WXIA. The shooter then fled, the WXIA reported.
On Tuesday, police said they believed Siller was killed “because he witnessed an active crime that took place.”
“It does not appear that he (Siller) was targeted,” but was instead killed because he “happened after an ongoing crime involving the unknown suspect and the two deceased men,” Cobb County police said in a press release.
Siller, 46, leaves behind a wife and two children ages 6 and 7, according to the Pinetree Country Club.
This is a development story and will be updated.