Brandon Miller provided Darius Miles with a gun to kill the victim: police

Charges will be brought against him, according to law enforcement testimony at the preliminary hearing for the capital murder Darius Miles and Michael “Buzz” DavisAlabama’s freshman basketball star Brandon Miller brought the gun that killed the 23-year-old Jamesa Jonae Harris after his friend texted Darius asking him to. reports that Miles had contacted Miller and asked him to bring his gun to the scene, and when Miller arrived, Miles informed Davis that “the heat is in the hat,” indicating a gun was present. Miles also mentioned that “there’s one in the head” meaning there was a cartridge in the chamber.

Brandon Miller will not be charged for bringing a loaded gun to the alleged killer

Miller’s windshield was hit twice by gunfire during the incident, and Jaden Bradley, another basketball player from Alabama, was also present at the scene. While Miles and Davis are charged with murder, Miller has not been charged with any felony related to the incident.

Tuscaloosa Assistant Attorney Paula Whitley stated that Miller could not be charged because there was no charge against him under the law. Alabama coach Nate Oats confirmed that Miller is “not in any trouble” and has not been involved in any previous troubles.

Miles & Davis denied loan

During the hearing, both Miles’ and Davis’ attorneys requested their clients’ release on bail, stating that they acted in self-defense. Miles’ mother, Tracy Harris, and Davis’ mother, Annie Davis, testified that they would make sure their sons met all the terms of the bond and appeared at future court hearings. The judge ruled that there was sufficient evidence against Miles and Davis to refer the case to the grand jury for prosecution and denied their request for bail.

The two defendants remain held without bond in the Tuscaloosa County Jail, and both were sobbing by the end of the court hearing.

Harris, a mother of one young son, was visiting Tuscaloosa when she was fatally shot in the early hours of January 15. According to Tuscaloosa Police Captain Jack Kennedy, the shooting appears to have been the result of a minor argument between the victims and suspects after an encounter along the Strip. Brandon Miller provided Darius Miles with a gun to kill the victim: police

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