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Alabama shopping center shooting suspect captured after police shot wrong man

Alabama shopping center shooting suspect captured after police murder wrong man
 Law requirement authorities on Thursday captured the 18-year-old suspect in a shooting at an Alabama shopping center on Thanksgiving Day in which police shot and killed a man they erroneously accepted to be the shooter.

U.S. Marshals captured Erron Martez Dequan Brown, 20, at a relative's home in Fairburn, Ga., close Atlanta. He faces an endeavored homicide accusation for shooting 18-year-old Brian Wilson at the Riverchase Galleria Mall in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover, Ala., on Nov. 22.

The shooting was an aftereffect of a quarrel among Brown and Wilson in which the previous supposedly shot the unfortunate casualty in the stomach.

Two officers at the shopping center reacted to the gunfire and when they touched base at the scene, saw Emantic "EJ" Bradford Jr., 21 purportedly holding a firearm. They shot Bradford, trusting him to be the suspect, and slaughtered him.

A 12-year-old young lady likewise was shot in the encounter, however police have not said who was in charge of her wounds.

In spite of the fact that police at first said Bradford let go the rounds that harmed Wilson and the young lady, after more meetings and examination, they said Friday night it was improbable he was the shooter.

"We lament that our underlying media discharge was not absolutely exact, but rather new proof shows that it was not," police authorities said in an announcement.

Hoover police authorities did not discharge the name of the officer who lethally shot Bradford, however said he was set on authoritative leave while an interior examination is led.

Bradford's demise started challenges over the officers' supposed inordinate utilization of power, with relatives saying the man had a permit to convey the weapon he held.

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said Brown would be removed to the Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham and will probably be hung on $150,000 bond.


By Danielle Haynes

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