Compl Collin Flynn, a Gwinnett Police spokesman, said Stanley Elliott, now 71, was taken from his home and jailed in February 2021 after detectives found evidence linking him to a fatal shooting .
A few hours after investigators released surveillance footage, the person was taken into custody. Elliott was seen on video walking through a yard. He is a “person of interest” in the investigation into why Anthony Collins died. The second was 44 years old at the time.
What happened to Stanley Eliott?
Stanley Eliott has been arrested by police for killing a 44-year-old man.
Elliott has been charged by police with felony murder, aggravated assault and possession of a weapon in the commission of a crime. The same event led to all three charges. During that time, police held him without bail in the Gwinnett County Detention Center. As there is no new information on this just yet, Elliott may still be serving the remainder of his sentence.
Stanley Elliott was arrested on February 27, 2021 for felony murder, according to the Gwinnett County Inmate Search. The booking record contains this information.
During this time he was held in prison without bond. On the other hand, he was released from prison on March 26, 2021 after posting $100,000 bail.
Three separate charges were brought against him. Bail was set at $50,000 for charges of killing someone during a crime. Bail was set at $25,000 for aggravated assault, and bail for possession of a gun or knife in committing or attempting to commit certain crimes was also $25,000.
Details of the murder of Anthony Collins
Gwinnett County investigators released safety video of a man who is a possible suspect in the shooting death of another man.
Lawrenceville resident Anthony Collins, 44, was found dead on the Riverside Parkway near McKendree Elementary School after people in the area told police. Then they came to see it. Investigators told Tony Thomas, the head of Channel 2’s Gwinnett County office, that a person named Collins had been killed.
Update on the Riverside Pkwy murder
Investigators found the name of the person killed was Anthony Collins. Investigators searched the area for clues and were able to obtain video of a person of interest.
He was walking in a neighborhood known for its dog park when the incident happened. According to police reports, Collins was found dead next to his car with a gunshot wound. No one knew why the attack had taken place.
Dateline: The Whole Murder
March 25, 2021
Around 3 p.m., 44-year-old Anthony Collins was found dead outside of a car on Riverside Parkway.
CCTV footage of an individual who investigators believe may have killed the individual was released on February 26, 2021.
On February 27, 2021, police arrested Stanley Elliott for the murder of Anthony Collins. Three different things were said about him.
March 26, 2021
Elliott got out of prison after just a month of his parole for posting $100,000 bail
Nobody knows where Stanley Elliott is right now. The address given at the time of his arrest was 627 Overlook Wood Way, Lawrenceville, GA 30043. There is a possibility that he still resides at that address.
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