One person was killed and a 18 year old and 12 year old in a Birmingham Alabama mall shooting. Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr., 21, was wrongly identified by the police as the shooter in the incident. Police shot and killed Bradford after they claimed that he was leaving the scene with a gun. According to mtonews.com, Bradford was using his gun to try to protect the victims. Meanwhile, the real suspect was not captured and authorities have confirmed he is still on the loose. Bradford was a combat engineer in the army and the son of Birmingham police officer.
Armed man shot & killed by Hoover police at Riverchase Galleria on Thanksgiving night was a military man. Questions arise as to whether he was the shooter in the mall or mistaken for the shooter because he was carrying a gun. Investigation continues. https://t.co/l1t4mr1kP6 pic.twitter.com/ffGJ7wyeJW
— Jon Anderson (@jonandersonnews) November 24, 2018
BREAKING: Hoover Police say a second gunman is believed still at large in Galleria shooting. They now say that after reviewing evidence, 21 year old Emantic Bradford “likely did not fire the rounds that injured the 18 year old victim.” pic.twitter.com/drlx0bN2vy
— Jack Royer (@JackRoyer) November 24, 2018
Cellphone footage captures the moments after a shooting at the Riverchase Galleria left a suspect dead and two others injured.
DETAILS: https://t.co/qDOt7hK17K pic.twitter.com/1MgVpsCGYv
— ABC 33/40 News (@abc3340) November 23, 2018