Police: Evidence suggests Bradford didn't fire rounds that injured 18-year-old

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    According to a release from the Hoover Police Department, new evidence suggests that Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, who was shot and killed by officers, may have been involved in the original altercation, but he likely did not fire the rounds that injured the original victim.

    Investigators believe that several people were involved in the original fight, and this indicates that there is at least one gunman still at large, who could be responsible for shooting the 18-year-old male and the 12-year-old female.

    The release continues, saying "We regret that our initial media release was not totally accurate, but new evidence indicates that it was not. We remain committed to maintaining the integrity of this investigation, helping determine the facts involved, and assisting ALEA in their efforts. We encourage anyone with information, photos or video evidence of this crime scene to please contact ALEA investigators. If you wish to remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward you may contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at 205-254-7777."

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