BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - ALEA is still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 21-year-old Emantic Bradford Jr. ahead of his funeral tomorrow.
A uniformed Hoover police officer shot and killed Bradford at Riverchase Galleria mall Thanksgiving night while responding to a fight and a seperate shooting. Bradford’s death has since sparked a series of protests.
The suspect Erron Brown, who authorities believe injured two others in a shooting that preceded Bradford’s death, appeared in court Friday morning and waived extradition back to Alabama. Brown was captured in Georgia Thursday morning.
Rev. Jesse Jackson is expected to read the eulogy at tomorrow’s services for Bradford at Birmingham’s Boutwell Auditorium.
Below is a timeline of what led up to Bradford’s death and what has happened since:
- Hoover councilman to ALEA: Release information from deadly Riverchase Galleria shooting
- 3 most asked questions about the Galleria shooting
- Security expert, civil rights leader commend Hoover PD protest response
- Hoover city leaders meet with family of EJ Bradford
- Funeral set for man shot by Hoover PD at Riverchase Galleria
- Mother of man killed in Galleria shooting overcome with emotion at community event
- Family of 18-year-old Galleria shooting victim releases statement
- Hoover City Council meets to discuss possible Galleria shooting lawsuit
- Protesters for Hoover shooting march down Highway 31, end up at Galleria
- Hoover mayor shares statement regarding fatal officer-involved shooting
- 12-year-old injured in Galleria shooting released from hospital
- City of Hoover, police promise transparency in investigation of fatal officer-involved shooting at Riverchase Galleria
- Attorney for Emantic Bradford’s family holds press conference; police say he likely did not fire rounds, gunman remains at large