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A Florida man was Wednesday arrested in connection with the killing of a Canadian servicemember is stationed-in the United States, authorities said.
The Bay County Sheriff’s Office took on Justin Timmons, 23, of Tallahassee, is in custody in connection with an investigation into the death of Martin, Liam Brayman, 33, is a master corporal with the Royal Canadian air force, stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Panama.
The canadian Master, Cpl. Martin Brayman, 33, died on Monday in an attack outside his Florida home, authorities said.
(Canadian Department of Defense )
The researchers said Timmons was a member of a group that meets at Brayman on Sept. 7, in a night club. Brayman asked the group to return to his Panama City Beach home, but asked them to leave and then go on to say that she became uncomfortable.
SECOND, THE SERVICE MEMBER HAS BEEN FOUND DEAD ALONG THE MEXICAN BORDER IN ARIZONA
“Brayman apologized and told the group she would be in later to each other,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release.
The group returned to the house to get a Brayman’s contact information-and addressed him to the outside.
“According to witnesses, when the driver of a white Mercedes, was out of the vehicle, and it was Brayman’s, and contact information, and Timmons, one of the passengers appeared to grow impatient as he waited in the car,” the release stated.
Timmons got out of the car and slammed Brayman in the head multiple times, authorities said. The group then fled.
Brayman was taken to a hospital and died Monday night from his injuries. An investigation led authorities to Timmons. He is being held in the Bay County jail.
Justin Timmons, 23, was arrested in the death of Martin Brayman, a member of the Canadian military and stationed in Florida.
(Bay County Sheriff’s Office )
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Brayman is a member of the Canadian armed forces in 2006, and served as a NORAD air controller, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported. He is the second Canadian soldier to be a member to die outside of the country this year.
The other side has died in a parachuting accident in the country in the month of June.