Former Officer Faces Trial for Abduction and Murder of Gwinnett County Teen

In a chilling case that shook the community, former Doraville police officer Miles Bryant stands accused of kidnapping and murdering 16-year-old Susana Morales. The tragic events unfolded in July 2022 when Morales vanished while walking home from a friend’s house. Her family reported her missing, and investigators traced her last movements through cell phone data. Shockingly, her skeletal remains were discovered nearly 20 miles away in a forested area.

Bryant, initially charged with felony murder, malice murder, and false report of a crime, now faces an additional count: criminal attempt to commit rape. The grand jury alleges that Bryant knowingly attempted to commit this heinous act during the abduction. The evidence directly links him to the crime scene, as he lived near where Morales was last seen and allegedly disposed of her naked body in the woods.

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The trial, set to begin on June 3, 2024, will determine whether justice prevails for Susana Morales and her grieving family.

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