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December 3, 2012

Co-defendant in Bradberry murder case could be re-charged with homicide


Niagara Gazette — After letting Davis into Bradberry's apartment building, Fatico said she left and went to wait in his van while the robbery took place. She said Wilson had remained in Bradberry's apartment when Davis went in.

About five minutes later, Fatico said Wilson came out and hopped in the back seat of the vehicle.

“(Wilson) was out of breath,” Fatico said. “She told me Matthew and Mr. Bradberry were fighting.”

Bradberry’s body was found on Aug. 23 by family members who had become concerned because they had not heard from him in what cops said was “a couple of days.”

At the time of her arrest, police said Wilson didn't appear shocked by the charges against her.

“She didn’t look surprised to see us,” one investigator said at the time.

Davis' trial continues later today.

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