NEWS BRIEF: Former district attorney indicted in Ahmaud Arbery case
Violating the oath of public office in southeast Georgia?
State Attorney General Chris Carr announced on Thursday that former Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jackie Johnson has been indicted on charges of violating the oath of a public officer and obstruction of a police officer. The indictment relates to the investigation into the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery. Three men — Travis McMichael, his father Greg McMichael, and neighbor William Bryan — will be tried for murder and hate crimes in the Arbery case, beginning on Oct. 18. thebrunswicknews.com