Alleged Texas shooter knocked murder victim's gun from his hands

May 3, 2016 23:47


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DALLAS,- An Army private accused of shooting his wife during an argument in a Dallas-area parking lot and killing a man who tried to intervene knocked the man's gun from his hands, police said on Tuesday.

Ricci Bradden, 22, a US Army private stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, has been charged with murder in the Monday killing of Anthony Antell, 35, a gym owner who had served in the U.S. Marine Corps. The incident took place outside a Walgreens drugstore in Arlington, west of Dallas.

Bradden said he knocked Antell's gun from his hand and then shot him, a police report said.

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