Nigel Bradham, a football player for the Philadelphia Eagles, was recently taken into custody in Florida due to allegations that a firearm was in his possession while at the airport, an article of nfl.com reported on October 3.
The Miami-Dade authorities confirmed the arrest of the 27-year-old linebacker after airport authorities found a loaded gun inside his backpack. Bradham was at the Miami International Airport on October 2 when the gun inside his bag was detected by an x-ray machine. Though Bradham claimed that he just forgot the firearm and did not have the intention of bringing it with him, police still arrested him. Bradham’s team did not issue a comment regarding the incident, but they said that they are aware of his arrest and they are cooperating with proper authorities. Reports revealed that Bradham was also arrested in July due to an assault-related incident.
Being arrested for bringing a firearm to the airport could negatively impact your professional reputation. However, if this happens to you, working with a skilled defense attorney is important, especially if you strongly deny such allegations. Find out how an attorney at Alexander & Associates in Lewisville may defend you today by calling (972) 420-6560.
Authorities at the Los Angeles airport LAX recently confirmed that well-known rap artist Coolio was apprehended after a loaded firearm was recovered from his possession, an article of CBS News reported on September 18.
According to reports, the Transportation Security Administration notified LAX authorities on September 17 saying a man was detained after admitting he owned a suspicious bag that belonged to his travelling companion. Investigations revealed that the contents of the bag were owned by Coolio, 53, who had already traveled through security. The first man’s name was not released. A felony charge for carrying a firearm was later filed against the rapper. Coolio became famous in 1995 for his hit song “Gangsta’s Paradise.”
The lawyers at Alexander & Associates represent individuals in Lewisville who are facing charges related to firearms possession. If you are in such situation, we may be able to work on your behalf to make sure you have the best legal representation in your case. Discuss your situation with us today by calling (972) 420-6560.
28-year-old Adrian Collins was shot inside his car by two unidentified suspects last night.
Collins was sitting alone in his parked Chevrolet Malibu when two men in a Chevrolet Trailblazer pulled alongside Collins’ vehicle and fired several shots into Collins’ car.
Collins suffered minor injuries to his leg and face and was taken to Baylor hospital for treatment. According to hospital officials, Collins was released the next morning.
At the time of the shooting, the motive was still unknown and Dallas police were still searching for the suspects’ whereabouts.
Many people face arrest on criminal charges, including attempted murder or assault, that can be extremely stressful and worrisome. It’s important to know that you have the right to defend yourself in such a situation and our legal team at Alexander & Associates may be able to help. Call (972) 420-6560 to discuss your charges with a knowledgeable attorney.
A chaotic scene recently erupted in a San Antonio movie theater parking lot when a gunman began shooting, hitting and wounding an unidentified male before being shot by an officer, Sheriff’s officials said.
According to a Bexar County sheriff’s spokesman, the incident started around 9:30 p.m. Sunday when the gunman fired several shots inside a restaurant. No one knows exactly yet what prompted the man to open fire.
According to reports, the shooter next moved towards the movie theater and shot a male in the parking lot. The victim’s name was not provided, but his injuries were reported to be non-life threatening.
The same sheriff’s spokesman added that when the gunman entered the theater, he fired a shot, but no one was hit. He was then shot by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy.
The suspect was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment and is awaiting charges.
The consequences of a conviction on any weapons-related charges can be severe, so anyone facing a weapons possession charge, or similar charge, should not hesitate to contact the experienced attorneys at the Alexander & Associates by calling (972) 420-6560.