Eusea issued $300,000 bond for murder

Victim's wife and mother report threats and couldn't be located to testify in the hearing

After two days of testimony in a combination of an Aniah's Law hearing and preliminary hearing, Escambia County District Judge Eric Coale set a $300,000 bond for Bradford C. Eusea on the murder charge involving the shooting death of Tanner Coleman of Flomaton.

Eusea, 67, of DeFuniac Springs is charged with shooting and killing Coleman, 26, on June 23 inside Eusea's fiancee's house located at 20411 Highway 31 in Flomaton. Officers stated that Eusea was taken into custody without incident following the shooting.

Court records and testimony show that Eusea was at Kathy Chumley's residence on June...

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