Trial reset for man involved in shooting

BY DI STAFF | OCTOBER 15, 2013 5:00 AM

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The trial of a man involved in a trailer-park shooting has been rescheduled.

Demarco Dudley was wounded by gunshot from an agent for the Division of Narcotics Enforcement, Daniel Stepleton who was undercover in an investigation when an incident occurred at the Breckenridge Trailer Court on Aug. 16, 2012, that led to shooting. Stepleton reportedly shot and killed Evan Carl Hardemon. 

Dudley faces charge of first-degree robbery. Also involved in the shooting were Norman Dudley and John Mulbah, whoface federal charges including conspiracy to distribute narcotics, controlled-substance violations, distribution of cocaine base, and failure to affix drug tax stamps. 

On Aug. 13, 2012, Mulbah was charged with selling narcotics to an undercover agent.

The trial for Demarco Dudley is reset for Jan. 21, 2014; pretrial conference is reset for Jan 10, 2014.

— by Abigail Meier

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