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Man shot during trailer park raid pleaded not guilty

BY BRENT GRIFFITHS | SEPTEMBER 05, 2012 6:30 AM

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A man who is charged with first-degree robbery in connection with a Breckenridge Court trailer park shooting pleaded not guilty during his arraignment Tuesday, according to online court documents.

Undercover Division of Narcotics Enforcement agent Daniel Stepleton shot Demarco Dudley, according to a press release about the shooting, twice in the arm during the raid on Aug. 16.  Another man, Ivan Hardemon, was killed during the raid.

Dudley’s brother Norman Dudley is accused of a controlled-substance violation that occurred days before the raid. His trial is set for  9 a.m. Nov. 6.

Demarco Dudley’s pretrial conference and trial have not yet been set.


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