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Tuckerman man appears in court for shooting

Gary Bradley (Source: Jackson County Sheriff) Gary Bradley (Source: Jackson County Sheriff)

JACKSON COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – A Tuckerman man accused of shooting another man in the face appeared in court on Tuesday.

According to Prosecuting Attorney Henry Boyce, 57-year-old Gary D. Bradley pled not guilty in a Jackson County Courtroom.

A court affidavit states on January 6 Bradley went to Dewayne Eddington's home in Newport and shot him one time in the face with a .22 caliber pistol. The affidavit also states Bradley admitted to an investigator he shot Eddington, after being arrested.

According to Jackson County court documents, Bradley was charged with attempted murder in the first degree on February 11.

Bradley is expected to be in court again on June 10th.

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