Bond Reduced for LR Man Jailed in Teen's Shooting Death

Published 02/20 2014 04:04PM

Updated 02/20 2014 06:33PM

LITTLE ROCK, AR - Bond has been reduced from $1 million to $500K for Willie Noble, the local man accused of murdering McClellan High School cheerleader Adrian Broadway, 15. 

Noble, 48, is also charged with five counts of aggravated assault in the Feb. 15 shooting incident outside his home. Noble told police he fired shots from his front door when he saw someone running toward his car shortly after he noticed that it had been vandalized.

Noble's arrest affidavit states that he told police "he was not trying to shoot anyone. He was just trying to scare them."

The teenagers told police they were pranking Noble's son, getting him back for a prank he did last year.

There were six people in the small car but only Broadway was hit. She suffered a gunshot wound to the head and died at Arkansas Children's Hospital.

Funeral services for Broadway (click here for online obituary) are Saturday morning at 11 at Greater Macedonia Baptist Church (600 E. 24th St.) in Little Rock. Visitation is Friday night from 6-7 at St. Paul Baptist Church (2603 Commerce St.) in Little Rock.

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