Second arrest made in killing of Bradley Coleman at Peachtree Corners QT station

A second arrest has been made in the killing of Bradley Coleman last month at a QuikTrip station in Gwinnett County.

Gwinnett County Police say Miles Collins was charged with felony murder and aggravated assault yesterday in connection with the death of Bradley Coleman.

Collins is currently in custody at the Henry County Jail and will be brought to Gwinnett at a later date.

On July 20, police arrested David Jarrad Booker in connection with the killing.

Second arrest made in killing of Bradley Coleman at Peachtree Corners QT station

Coleman was shot and killed just after noon on July 10 when he was the victim of an attempted carjacking as he was trying to put air in his tires as the gas station.

You can read more about what happened here.

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