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Neighbors broken by heart after having found a homeless man killed in Grant Park





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1; Neighbors say they were broken by heart after someone beat a famous homeless to death at a gas station in southeastern Atlanta.

The police found 52-year-old Billy Bethun dead at Boulevard Street in Grant Park around 9:00 am at the refueling point. Investigators believe that he died from head injuries. The worker found his body where he was known to sleep.

Christian Jennings of Channel 2 was in Grant Park, where the police offered a $ 2,000 reward for information that led to arrest.

The neighbors told Jennings that both the customers and the gas station employees loved Bethun, who, in their words, opened the door for everyone, rendered services to people and always smiled.

Neighbors said that he lived at the Chevron gas station from the boulevard, but the outskirts was his home.

"He was just the eyes and ears of this place," – said a neighbor. "He loved to be here, and he always helped us. He washed the car, we took care of him, he cared about us."

Neighbor Deny Williams said that he considered Bethune as the seven.

"I'm glad we know where he is, and he's not just somewhere under the bridge," Williams said through tears. "As for getting into the head, I hope that one blow was that which drove him out and he did not know anything else that is different from this point on."

Jim Yarbro lives in the area of ​​the Grant Park, which supports Chevron. He said for many years that neighbors had problems with some free lands surrounding the gas station. He hopes that something good can come out of Bethune's death.

"I just hope that something good will come out of this loss," said Yarbro.


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Kelly Jackson said she does not feel comfortable, even walk with her children in that part of the area. She hopes that one day may change.

"We had people who lived in these woods," said Jackson. "There were people who came back here, with battles, obviously drugs or drugs."

Jackson said that she would like to have more light in the area.

The police are asking anyone who knows anything about the attack, to name the criminal stops.


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