Shooting victim now faces attempted murder charge
A Saturday night shooting victim has now been charged with attempted first-degree murder.
Terrill Bradley, 19, of 651 Anne St. was found slumped over his car seat just after midnight. He had been shot while driving his car.
Bradley had recovered enough from his injuries to be booked Wednesday evening into the City Jail.
Arrested Monday and charged with attempted second-degree murder of Bradley was Clarence Mitchell, 20, of 309 North East St.
Prior to finding Bradley, police at received reports of gunfire at three locations, including the North East address.
Investigating officers found a number of bullet holes in the house, at the time occupied by a female. Several rifle casings were found across the street from the house, officers said.
Witnesses pegged Bradley as the alleged shooter, police said.
Both shootings, investigators indicated, stemmed from an altercation earlier in the night.
Bradley, also known as "Poppa", is also charged with aggravated criminal damaged to property.