- According to what his family remembers, he would wake up the chickens to get everyone else ready for the afternoon.
- According to Ron Eberhart, his brother was a “focused family man” who loved his family and the outdoors. He likes to chase thrills in his spare time.
- Ron Eberhart claimed that he had purchased the Monroe property and intended to construct a home for himself or his children.
Oct. 20 — Christopher Eberhart was often the main man in hands-on location.
As his family depicts it, he would awaken the chickens to get every other person up for the afternoon.
Police said Eberhart advanced Thursday, Oct. 13, in his GMC Sierra pickup truck from Lobby Province to Peachtree Fight Road in Buckhead, maneuvering into a carport.
“He was most likely either on his telephone or on his PC getting the day set up,” Eberhart’s sibling Ron Eberhart said. “He was the first out there, which he, as a rule, forever is.”
Eberhart was found around 7:40 a.m. Thursday, with a discharging wound and articulated dead at the scene.
Atlanta Police Criminal investigator Kevin Leonpacher itemized at a Monday, Oct. 17, public interview how they caught the suspect, Travis Landrey, 18, of Louisiana.
An official endeavored to pull over a vehicle around 4:20 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, with two individuals inside, including one accepted to be Landrey.
The vehicle was seen later upset on Northside Expressway.
“That’s what we trust (Landrey) was strolling around Buckhead someplace in that equivalent region with a gun attempting to get another type of transportation,” Leonpacher said at the Monday question and answer session.
That is when police accept Landrey’s experience with Eberhart on Peachtree Fight Road.
Leonpacher said Landrey went up against Eberhart and shot him, taking Eberhart’s truck.
Warrants were given Friday, Oct. 14, for Landrey for noxiousness murder, crime murder, ownership of a gun during a lawful offense, and capturing an engine vehicle.
Ron Eberhart depicted his sibling as a “focused family man” who cherished his family and the outside. His side interests are inclined toward thrill-chasing, from scuba jumping to skiing on snow or water.
Ron Eberhart said he was likewise pursuing getting his pilot’s permit.
Working in development, Christopher Eberhart helped assemble his sibling’s most memorable house quite a while back.
Christopher Eberhart is made due by his better half and three youngsters. Ron Eberhart said that he had bought the property in Monroe and wanted to fabricate a home for himself or his youngsters.
A Gofundme page was made to help Eberhart’s loved ones. It had raised generally $3,400 starting around 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19.
“He was somebody who might have given you his shirt without you requesting it,” as the raising money page indicated. “This demise was not something we can truly understand. It was silly and crazy. Individuals who killed Chris took his life, however, a small part of all of our own too. His irresistible grin, cheerful discussions, delightful perspective, and sacrificial commitments will never be neglected.”