Man accused of controlled substance violation demands a speedy trial


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A man accused of controlled substance violation has demanded a speedy trial.

Norman Dudley is accused of the Class-C felony after a meeting with an undercover Division of Narcotics Enforcement special agent and allegedly selling the agent 14.1 grams of a cocaine base for $950.

Dudley was also a person of interest in the Aug. 16 shooting at Breckenridge Trailer Court, which resulted in an undercover agent, Daniel Stepleton, firing his gun four times, resulting in the death Ivan Hardemon and injuring Demarco Dudley.

John Bruzek, Norman Dudley’s attorney, also filed for a bond review on Aug. 31. Dudley’s bond is currently set at $25,000.

Dudley who pleaded not guilty during his arraignment, has a pretrial conference scheduled for Oct. 26 at 2:30 p.m., with a trial to follow on Nov. 6 at 9 a.m.

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