Two Huntsville men convicted for Georgia shooting
WALKER Co., Ga. (WAFF) - Two men who were arrested on murder charges for a shooting that took place in Walker County, Georgia, on Aug. 1, 2022, were convicted of murder.
According to a spokesperson for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Kavon Collier and Eric Dodds were both convicted of felony murder for the death of Dakota Bradshaw.
Walker County District Attorney, Clay Fuller, released the following statement about the conviction:
“In too many parts of the country we see prosecuting offices who do not support their hardworking law enforcement partners. The partnership between my office and the GBI in this case should be a model for the rest of the country where violent criminals and lawlessness reign supreme and prosecutors do nothing about it.”
The United States Marshals Service said it helped local authorities arrest Collier on Aug. 10 in Huntsville. Collier was booked into the Madison County Jail on a fugitive from justice charge.
Collier was then transported to the Walker County Jail in Georgia. Dodds was arrested by the U.S. Marshals Task Force in Huntsville on Aug. 16.
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