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Trials reset for men involved in trailer park shooting

BY CASSIDY RILEY | FEBRUARY 19, 2013 5:00 AM

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Federal trials for codefendants Norman Dudley and John Mulbah, charged in connection with a shooting on Aug. 16, 2012, at Breckenridge Trailer Court, have been rescheduled for May 6.

The shooting was the result of an Iowa Division of Narcotics Enforcement undercover investigation, according to a press release from the Johnson County prosecutor Janet Lyness in August 2012. 

Evan Carl Hardemon was shot and killed by agent Daniel Stepleton, and Demarco Dudley was injured. 

Mulbah and Norman Dudley were both charged with controlled-substance violations and failure to affix a tax stamp. They both also face charges of conspiracy to distribute narcotics and a second charge concerning distribution of a cocaine base.


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