Pregnant Woman Believes Her Fight With Man Linked to Opa-locka Shooting - NBC 6 South Florida

Pregnant Woman Believes Her Fight With Man Linked to Opa-locka Shooting



    Gunman Armed With AK-47 Shoots Three in Opa-locka

    NBC 6's Laura Rodriguez reports with updates on the recent Opa-locka shooting.

    (Published Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018)

    A pregnant woman said she believes a fight she had with a man escalated to the weekend shooting in Opa-locka that left three injured.

    The victims of the shooting – aged 16, 26 and 27 – remain hospitalized in stable condition on Sunday after the Saturday night shooting. Police believe the gunman used an AK-47.

    Officers are searching for three suspects. The suspect armed with the AK-47 was described by police as a black male wearing a hooded sweatshirt.

    Deandra Bradley, who is seven months pregnant, said she fought with a man who was harassing her by recording her with his cell phone. Soon after, shots rang out at the Glorieta Gardens Apartments complex near Northwest 135th Street and 30th Avenue.

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    NBC 6's Erika Glover reports on a recent Opa-locka shooting.

    (Published Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018)

    “He put his phone in my face. I slapped the phone out of my face. He tried to stop me and when he stopped me I stood up and we fought," Bradley said.

    Bradley said the man then tried to throw a television through her window. She believes the bullets in the shooting were meant to strike her. Police, however, have not yet identified a motive for the shooting.

    "I'm mad as hell," Bradley added. "He needs to go to jail."

    Bradley said she knows the man who she said is a suspect as someone she knew as a teenager. Police have not yet said if Bradley's fight or if the man with whom she fought are connected to the shooting.

    Bradley suggested the victims in the shooting were not related to the fight. She did not identify the man to NBC 6.

    Anyone with information is urged to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.

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