Three teenagers arrested for shooting a wedding guest

Christian Broder, a married father of a nine-month-old girl, was leaving the event at a private club in Atlanta late on July 7 when he was shot in the stomach

Three men have been arrested for allegedly shooting a guest at a wedding who mistook his car for his Uber.

Christian Broder, a married father of a nine-month-old girl, was retiring from the event at a private club in Atlanta on July 7 when he was shot in the stomach. He died several days later at the hospital.

Jayden Myrick, 18, and Torrus Fleetwood, 19, and Montavious Lovejoy, 15, are being held for the death of Broder. Kevan Reeves, also 15, has been formally charged and is expected to be released next week due to "procedural reasons", reports the AJC.

Christian Broder, a married father of a nine-month-old girl, was leaving the event at a private club in Atlanta late on July 7 when he was shot in the stomach

Christian Broder, a married father of a nine-month-old girl, was leaving the event at a private club in Atlanta late on July 7 when he was shot in the stomach

Broder, who managed Millie & # 39; s, a California Baja style restaurant in Washington DC, was waiting outside the Capital City Club of Atlanta with a group of friends after the wedding.

They were waiting for their Uber when two men stopped in a white Dodge Charger.

Confusing the charger with the Charger, they approached the car, which is when one of the men left by the passenger side, pulled out a gun and ordered them to deliver their belongings, police said.

Broder and his friends gave up their cell phones, wallets and other valuables, and the suspect returned to his car, police said.

That's when the 34-year-old father followed the suspect and tried to reason with him to give him his license.

Arrested suspect Jayden Myrick, 18, alleged driver of the Torrus Fleetwood getaway,

Arrested suspect Jayden Myrick, 18, alleged driver of the Torrus Fleetwood getaway,

Arrested suspect Jayden Myrick, 18, alleged driver of the Torrus Fleetwood getaway,

Arrested suspect Jayden Myrick, 18, alleged driver of the Torrus Fleetwood getaway,

The alleged gunman Jayden Myrick, 18, (on the left), the alleged driver of the escape Torrus Fleetwood, 19 years (right), was arrested for the murder of Broder.

Police say it was when the suspect opened fire and shot Broder in the stomach.

The gunman climbed into the car and fled the scene.

Broder was transferred to a hospital in the Washington area and died almost two weeks later "surrounded by loved ones."

Myrick, 17, was arrested nearly a week after the fatal shooting and charged with three counts of aggravated assault, one count of aggravated assault and one count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

The charges were later updated to murder. He remains in the Fulton County Jail without any bail.

Police say that Myrick was the gunman and that Fleetwood was the driver of the breakaway.

Christian Broder, a married father of a nine-month-old girl, was leaving the event at a private club in Atlanta late on July 7 when he was shot in the stomach

Christian Broder, a married father of a nine-month-old girl, was leaving the event at a private club in Atlanta late on July 7 when he was shot in the stomach

Broder was transferred to a hospital in the Washington area and died almost two weeks later "surrounded by loved ones."

Broder was transferred to a hospital in the Washington area and died almost two weeks later "surrounded by loved ones."

Broder was transferred to a hospital in the Washington area and died almost two weeks later "surrounded by loved ones."

Broder is survived by his 9-month-old daughter, Francis, and his wife Molly, a pre-kindergarten teacher (pictured with him)

Broder is survived by his 9-month-old daughter, Francis, and his wife Molly, a pre-kindergarten teacher (pictured with him)

Broder is survived by his 9-month-old daughter, Francis, and his wife Molly, a pre-kindergarten teacher (pictured with him)

No details have been released about the alleged roles of Lovejoy and Reeves.

It is believed that the four suspects have links to gangs.

Both Myrick and Fleetwood also had a recent criminal record, but they had been released from jail after receiving indulgence.

Broder is survived by his 9-month-old daughter, Francis, and his wife Molly, a pre-kindergarten teacher.

Friends and family paid tribute to Broder for being "friendly", "very friendly" and very funny.

"Christian evoked joy in others and made them feel loved in a way that was so comfortable, that you could not help but want to be close to him," said friend Tim Willard, according to WTOP.

Her co-worker, Jeni Hansen, described Broder as "such a light person" and someone whom people admired as a mentor and friend.

"When you have that light, it's hard to replace."

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