Father of shooter was ‘amped up’ after Arbery was killed, officer testifies
Prosecutor Linda Dunikoski speaks during the trial for Ahmaud Arbery's shooting death at the Glynn County Courthouse on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2021, in Brunswick, Georgia. - Stephen B. Morton/Pool/Getty Images North America/TNS

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – Greg McMichael seemed insistent that Arbery was responsible for a string of break-ins when he grabbed his gun, grabbed his son, and chased the 25-year-old Arbery through their neighborhood, one officer testified Tuesday morning. But a Glynn County detective who took the stand next said McMichael told him he wasn't sure Arbery had ever actually stolen anything. Tuesday marked the third day of testimony in the trial of three men charged with murder, false imprisonment and other felonies in the highly publicized Feb. 23, 2020, fatal shooting. Arbery was Black. The defendan...