For a long time, the real attacker who opened a fire at the center was still broken.
Police said the suspect was killed
Police said there were two men fighting at the center, and one of the men killed twice the body.
Hoover's two officers worked uniformly at the center, the police said.
"When they were moving to attack the hunting scene, one of the officers met a pistol that showed that he killed him," said the police in recited.
They indicated the suspicion that was killed as a 21 year old from Hueytown nearby.
The other man who was burned at the center and a 12-year-old daughter attacked the casual shooting; invasion.
The police say it was Bradford that was not; the fisherman
Hoover police identified the man who was killed as Emantic Bradford Jr. They said Bradford escaped the hunting scene "as long as they were" hands-knitting, "and an officer put on.
But Bradford may not have been the shotgun and injured a 18-year-old man at the center, the police said. They said that the Alabama Legal Action Group is now leading the research.
"Researchers now believe that more than two individuals were involved in the first change. This information shows that at least one gun is still in existence. , who may be responsible for the 18-year-old and 12-year-old man's hunting – a woman, "said the police.
"We're sorry that our first news release was not completely correct, but there is a new evidence to show it not."
Police: & We can certainly say Mr. Bradford gun & # 39;
Four days after the burn, Hoover's police and Hoover's homage were entrusted to Bradford's family – but they were outbreaked by Bradford's gun.
"We extend sympathy to the family of Emantic J. Bradford of Hueytown, who was killed and killed during the efforts of Hoover Police to reinforce the position in seconds after the original changes and burn, "said city and police department statement.
"We can certainly say that Mr Bradford has broken a gun during the seconds after the guns, who once again endeavored to come to police officers to & # 39; responding to the chaotic scene ".
Bradford parents said their son had the right to carry arms.
Hoover police said the body corporate camera is now in the hands of the Alabama Legal Action Group. It is not clear when or when the ALEA takes this picture to the public.
At the same time, Bradford's parents told CNN that they were struggling that the police had not yet reached, almost four days after the son was killed by an officer.
"They have not yet said something to me. No one answered," Bradford's father, Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, Sr. "We did not get any calls and no excuse was made."
Later on Monday morning
In fact Bradford needed to make a gun
Hoover's police gave other clarification, saying that the gun had a gun in his hand:
"Earlier, we said there was a gun that Mr Bradford had a gun. To clarify, the word was brandish and used because Mr had a gun Bradford was in hand as long as police officers responded to the situation of active soldiers between center visitors. "
Bradford tried to help people with safety when he was burned, his lawyer said, Ben Crump.
Crump also said that Bradford had the right to carry out hidden weapons.
The hunter is still out there
Hoover Mayor, Frank Brocato, said the state was still searching for the burner, and # 39; including those who are suspects who are still living.
He also said that the town has been seeking a meeting with the Bradford family.
The Polish Sheep and Hoover have asked for patience as state authorities are trying to find out what happened. The police department has sent CNN issues to ALEA.
But Crump said the patience of the Bradford family had been narrow.
"Show us the video. Your words do not mean anything for them," Crump said Monday.
Crump said he thinks that the officer killed "EJ" – one of Bradford's place-names – has gone to criticism.
"The black man officer saw a gun and made his conviction that he must be an offense," Crump said.
Jamiel Lynch, Hollie Silverman and Joe Sutton CNN added this report.[ad_2]