Jake Bradley charged for Ridge Manor shooting, injury one woman

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office charged a man, Jachob “Jake” Dean Bradley, for the June 18 Ridge Manor shooting which injured one woman.

Bradley, 19, was charged with one count each of Shoot/Throw Deadly Missile Into Vehicle, Discharge Firearm in Public Place/Right of Way within 1000 Feet of a Person, Aggravated Battery w/Deadly Weapon, and Aggravated Assault w/Intent to Commit Felony. Deputies said Bradley has an extensive criminal history.

The woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Deputies said Bradley turned himself in on the advice of his mother.

Deputies arrived on scene of Treiman Boulevard (U.S, 301) and Reynolds Street in Ridge Manor about 7 p.m. June 18 after reports of shots fired.

The woman was driving south on Treiman Boulevard in her vehicle along with a male passenger. She saw a black Nissan sedan traveling north. Both she and her passenger said they believed they recognized the vehicle as one belonging to a man with whom they had had issues with, in Pasco County over the preceding week.

The woman told deputies that she saw the Nissan begin swerving, so she pulled her vehicle off to the side of the roadway, in fear that she would be struck head-on.

As the woman pulled her vehicle to the side of the road, the driver of the Nissan fired several shots at the her vehicle.

The woman and her passenger identified the driver of the Nissan as Bradley, confirming him as the same person they had been having issues with.

The woman’s vehicle was struck three times on the driver’s side. One of the rounds went through the driver’s door, striking the woman in the thigh.

Bradley’s bond was set at $26,000, read the full release below.

Jachob “Jake” Dean Bradley

Full police presser:

Since 06-19-20, Hernando County Sheriff’s detectives made numerous attempts to serve the
arrest warrant on Jachob Dean Bradley, each time meeting with negative results.
During the attempts to locate Bradley at his residence, detectives did speak to Bradley’s
mother regarding the warrant for his arrest and the importance associated with Bradley
either turning himself in or providing his current location to law enforcement.
After numerous attempts to locate Bradley at various locations, coupled with social media
posts regarding his wanted status, Bradley turned himself in at the Hernando County
Detention Center on 06-23-20, at the advice of his mother.
Bradley immediately bonded out of jail.
Jachob Dean Bradley has an extensive criminal history.
The investigation continues.
Original Information – 06-19-20
On 06-18-20 just after 7 p.m., Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the
area of Treiman Boulevard (US-301) and Reynolds Street in Ridge Manor regarding a
Shooting.
Upon arrival, deputies learned that the (female) victim was travelling southbound on
Treiman Boulevard in her vehicle along with a male passenger. As the victim drove
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Al Nienhuis
southbound, she observed a black Nissan sedan travelling northbound. The victim and the
male passenger both believed they recognized the vehicle as one belonging to an individual
they had both been having issues with, in Pasco County, over the past week.
The victim told deputies that she observed the black Nissan begin swerving, so she pulled
her vehicle off to the side of the roadway, in fear that she would be struck head-on.
As the victim pulled her vehicle to the side of the road, the driver of the black Nissan fired
several shots at the victim’s vehicle. The victim and the passenger identified the driver of
the black Nissan as Jake Bradley, the same person they had been having issues with. The
victim and passenger also stated there were three other individuals in the Nissan at the time.
The victim’s vehicle was struck three times on the driver’s side. One of the rounds went
through the driver’s door, striking the victim in the thigh.
Both the victim and the passenger provided a description of the firearm and confirmed that
the driver of the Nissan and the person who shot at them was Jake Bradley.
The male passenger waved down a passerby; the passerby called 9-1-1.
An independent witness, who happened to be nearby at the time of the incident, also
provided a statement to deputies. The statement matched that of the victim and her
passenger.
Hernando County Fire Rescue transported the victim to a trauma center, where she was
treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
The suspect, identified as Jachob “Jake” Dean Bradley W/M DOB/09-06-2000, is WANTED by
the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office. His charges are as follows:
– Shoot/Throw Deadly Missile Into Vehicle
– Discharge Firearm in Public Place/Right of Way within 1000 Feet of a Person
– Aggravated Battery w/Deadly Weapon
– Aggravated Assault w/Intent to Commit Felony
– Bond – $26,000.

2 Comments

  1. None of that is even the real story and yall dont even got the people involved. Maybe start some of these statements with “I think…” and “i was told…” to make it more accurate .

  2. Dang you guys just deleting comments? You could’ve just done a little more research, got the real story, and published that and nobody would be calling you out.

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