Suspect in Atlanta Wendy's fire arrested
Natalie White, the woman suspected of burning the Atlanta Wendy where police killed Rayshard Brooks, was arrested on Tuesday afternoon. White is charged with first-degree arson.
Wendy's was set on fire during a protest on the night of June 13, one day after Brooks' death. The police issued an arrest warrant for White on Sunday.
Wendy's restaurant, set on fire by protesters after Rayshard Brooks' death, can be seen in Atlanta, Georgia on June 17, 2020. / Photo credit: Joe Raedle / Getty Images
White is believed to be at least one suspect involved in setting Wendy's on fire, reports WGCL, a subsidiary of CBS News. White was sent to Fulton County Prison, the Fulton County Sheriff's Office said.
Brooks, 27, was shot in the back by former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe after taking an official's taser and trying to run. Brooks ran away from Rolfe and his partner Devin Brosnan after being asked about a possible DUI in Wendy's parking lot.
Rolfe was released and charged with murder and 10 other charges related to the shooting. Brosnan faces three charges, including a serious attack. Both men got in touch last week.
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