Former house of pain owner charged with murder, kidnapping, burglary

Former house of pain owner charged with murder, kidnapping, burglary

A former home of pain estate owner in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta has been charged with the murder of his wife and kidnapping of a young boy.

A grand jury indictment filed in Fulton County court Wednesday charges Gregory S. Brown, 67, of the 10,000-square-foot home with a pool and a large garage with an address in Marieta, Georgia, with one count of first-degree murder.

He was charged with kidnapping, kidnapping and armed robbery.

A source close to Brown told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Brown’s attorney was scheduled to meet with the grand jury on Wednesday.

The source said Brown has no attorney yet.

The home has been a symbol of the pain of Brown’s life.

In 2013, a judge ordered a full reconstruction of the home in his honor after a Georgia Bureau of Investigation probe determined that he had abused multiple children.

In 2014, he was charged in a kidnapping attempt.

In 2016, a grand jury indicted Brown in a separate kidnapping case.

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