A 35-year-old former Marine was killed Monday as he attempted to make a citizen’s arrest on a young soldier who shot and wounded his wife outside a Dallas Walgreens.
Anthony “T.J.” Antell Jr. confronted Ricci Bradden after he witnessed the 22-year-old Army private shoot at his own wife’s feet during an argument, the Associated Press reports. Antell grabbed a handgun from his vehicle, but Bradden slapped it away. He then fatally shot the Good Samaritan.
Antell’s spouse, who was also on the scene, witnessed the fatal altercation. Bradden fled the scene, but later turned himself into authorities after confessing to his commanders at Fort Hood.
Via The AP:
Bradden’s wife, Quinisha Johnson, told WFAA on Tuesday that he came to the store because he was upset by a selfie she posted on social media that he thought made it seem she was seeking attention.
“And I was trying to explain it to him, that I married you. You’re all the attention that I needed,” she told the station. “And I could feel that he was getting mad, so I tried to walk off, and that’s when I heard him pull the gun out.”
The couple had only been married about two months.
Bradden is being held at the Arlington jail on a murder charge. An investigation continues.
SOURCE: Yahoo | VIDEO SOURCE: Inform
Good Samaritan Fatally Shot Trying To Save Texas Woman From Gunman was originally published on newsone.com
Assistant Police Chief of DC Announces Retirement
DC Approves SNAP Benefit Increase Following Legal Pressure
Lecrae, Tye Tribbett & Kirk Franklin Among 2024 Gospel Grammy Winners
2024 Urban One Honors Celebrates the BEST IN BLACK! ✨
Finalized: Former Wizards Forward Rui Hachimura Now A Los Angeles Laker
Montgomery County Offers Free Tax Help For Income-Eligible Residents
WPRS/WYCB Are Giving A Black History Salute To Churches In The DMV [Submit Your Church Here]
Black History Month “Best in Black” Salutes Warren M Thompson, Thompson Hospitality Corporation