YouTube video, details emerge about two accused in deputy’s shooting death
In this YouTube video with Brandon Bradley, he is singing about date rape, breaking probation, home invasion, car jacking, and robbery, just the kind of crimes that criminals get sent to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings for. He was violating his probation. Was he skipping going to NA meetings?
Bradley had been convicted previously of burglary, robbery, possession of cocaine and grand theft.
BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — WFTV has discovered new details about a man and woman facing first-degree murder charges for the shooting death of a Brevard County deputy.
On Wednesday, a judge denied bond for 23-year-old Brandon Bradley and 19-year-old Andria Kerchner.
They are both facing first-degree murder charges for the shooting death of Brevard County Deputy Barbara Pill. WFTV found a makeshift memorial on Elena Way and John Rodes Boulevard on Thursday where her colleagues and strangers alike honored her sacrifice.
“You guys didn’t like, um… I didn’t shoot the gun, nor am I going to hop out of a car that’s going 100,” said Kerchner, who tried to proclaim her innocence inside a jail courtroom on Wednesday. But prosecutors said she played a principle role in the shooting. They said because the deputy was killed while Kerchner was allegedly committing another crime, she can be charged with murder. Kerchner’s boyfriend, Bradley, is also accused of murdering 52-year-old Pill.