Shooting at Anchorage warehouse leaves 1 dead, 1 wounded
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A 27-year-old man was held on suspicion of first-degree murder and other charges after a shooting in south Anchorage that left one victim dead and another wounded.
Ian Bradford was arrested early Monday after a police dog found him hiding and bit him on the arm.
Police say an officer at 1:30 a.m. spotted an SUV driving on 82nd Avenue without lights or a license plate. The SUV parked outside a warehouse and the driver went inside.
Officers heard shots and found a man dead outside the warehouse. He had been shot inside but managed to walk out.
Police heard more shots. A wounded man crawled out and three more adults exited.
A police dog found Bradford hiding under a tractor trailer.
Online court documents do not list Bradford’s attorney.