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—–What the arrest warrant says happened Tuesday

According to the allegations in an arrest warrant in the case, Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputy Barbara Ann Pill at about 11 a.m. Tuesday “initiated a traffic stop on a suspect white SUV vehicle driven by Brandon Lee Bradley with passenger Andria Michelle Kerchner in the area of John Rodes Boulevard and Elena Way, Melbourne.”

“Deputy Pill ordered the driver out of the vehicle. Bradley refused to exit the vehicle. At one point, the vehicle proceeded to slowly drive away. Deputy Pill then approached the vehicle on foot. Deputy Pill continued to order Bradley out of the vehicle.”

“At this point, Deputy Pill was standing in the area of the open driver’s door of the vehicle. While verbally attempting to have Bradley exit the vehicle, Bradley shot Deputy Pill numerous times at point-blank range, killing Deputy Pill.”

“At this point, the driver’s door closes. Bradley and Kerchner drove away, leaving Deputy Pill fatally wounded on the roadside. Deputy Pill’s in-car video camera captured the above-listed events.”

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The video likely will be reviewed frame-by-frame, and the audio recordings of police radio transmissions from the case will be reviewed second-by-second to glean everything that can be learned by the sequence of events.

What’s more, the county’s justice and law enforcement community will take a look at circumstances under which the alleged shooter faked his identity to trick his way out of jail on an arrest last fall. Arrested on unrelated, outstanding warrants, he gave his brother’s driver’s license when arrested, was booked at the jail, posted bond and was out for five days before police realized that he was not his brother. He wasn’t caught again until after Tuesday’s deputy shooting.

So far, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has acknowledged that all circumstances related to the case are under investigation, but it has not yet commented beyond the details of the events Tuesday and it’s declined to comment about the suspect’s earlier jail release.

Any time there’s an officer lost, Melbourne Police Chief Steve Mimbs said, “it’s important to have an after-action review” to answer the question of “what can we do to help our people be better equipped to handle an encounter like this.”

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Mimbs, whose department was instrumental in the pursuit and subsequent arrest of the suspects in Pill’s shooting, emphasized that this is true of such incidents in general, and he was not making any judgment on what happened in this case.

In some cases, videos of this type are used by police academies in the training of future officers and by law enforcement agencies in their continuing training. The videos also could lead to an examination of whether a police agency’s tactics and policies are appropriate, or should be modified. With the increased use of dashboard cameras and other equipment, after-action reviews can be more detailed than ones in years past, which were based on written reports and witness recollections.

Mimbs said reviewing video and photo coverage by the news media also can be useful.

“A picture is worth a thousand words,” Mimbs said.

Mimbs said he has had preliminary discussions with his senior leaders about the case, and likely will have additional departmental reviews as more details become available.

Jack Rinchich, president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, said, just like important lessons were learned from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks about how to improve national security and thwart future plots, lessons are bound to be learned by looking at all that transpired in a shooting of a police officer.

“There is danger at every traffic stop,” Rinchich said.

Rinchich got a sudden reminder of that in his second week on the job as a police officer in the Charleston (W.Va.) Police Department in 1972, when he pulled over a car. He mistakenly was carrying his portable radio in the hand he would use to draw his gun, and the motorist he stopped drew a gun on him. The suspect stumbled and accidentally dropped the weapon. Rinchich said he still keeps the bullets from the suspect’s gun in his briefcase as a reminder.

But “even if you do everything right from a tactical perspective, police officers die,” Rinchich said. “You can plan all you want to, but you never know where danger is lurking.”

Contact Berman at 321-242-3649 or dberman@floridatoday.com.
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When people are pulled over by police, Rinchich said, “some people panic, and some are just downright vicious and mean.”

Chris Cosgriff, executive director of the Officer Down Memorial Page that honors officers killed in the line of duty, said videos of police calls that turn violent can be a valuable law enforcement training tool. He said one of the most notorious dashcam videos, used at police training academies throughout the country, involved the 1998 fatal shooting in Georgia of a 22-year-old deputy, Kyle Dinkheller, during a traffic stop.

Cosgriff sees the use of such videos in police training as honoring the officer who died.

“The reality is law enforcement is a dangerous profession, and people at all levels of experience can be killed in the line of duty,” Cosgriff said.

Barry Shepherd, executive director of the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum in Titusville, which includes a memorial to fallen law enforcement personnel, said police work is unpredictable.

“They can go by the book, and do everything tactically correct, and officers still will be killed,” Shepherd said. Conversely, “you can do everything wrong, and not be killed. You just can’t prevent officers from being killed, unfortunately. No matter how well you do your job, when it comes to pulling someone over, you never know what’s going to happen.”

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…..item 2)…. Welcome to Brevard County’s New Web Portal … www.brevardcounty.us/

Visit each of the above tabs labeled Residents, Business, and Visitors to view categories with links to services of interest to those groups. The e-Government tab will provide links to on-line services and the Contact tab will give you a more traditional list of departments and offices. Additionally, use the Search feature at the top right of the page and the ‘How do I find…’ link to help locate specific information.

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Brevard County Mourns Fallen Deputy Barbara Pill

“The Brevard County family has suffered a tragic loss today. Our prayers go out for the family, for Sheriff Parker, and all the men and women of the Sheriff’s Office. Our deputies put their lives on the line for our community every day and as a result we are one of the safest communities to live in. But what a price to pay for that safety – we are just heartbroken.”
- County Manager Howard Tipton

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Brevard County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff J.R. “Jack” Parker
700 Park Ave. Titusville, Florida 32780
www.BrevardSheriff.com
News Release

Date: March 6, 2012Released By: Cmdr. Doug WallerNR # 12-12

BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE DEPUTY BARBARA PILL

The Brevard County Sheriff’s mourns the loss of Deputy Barbara Pill, who died in the line of duty today, March 6, 2012.

At 10:53 a.m., the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office received an emergency call for service at the Econo Lodge located at 4455 West New Haven, Melbourne. The call related to a theft of property from the business. Suspect and vehicle descriptions were provided as the vehicle fled from the scene.

Deputies immediately responded to the scene, at which time Deputy Barbara Pill observed the suspect vehicle. Deputy Pill conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle at the intersection of Elena Way and John Rodes Boulevard, Melbourne. The vehicle driver was later identified as 22-year-old Brandon L. Bradley. As Deputy Pill requested for him to exit the vehicle, he opened fire on Deputy Pill, using a weapon he had concealed. Deputy Pill was struck multiple times and was transported in critical condition to the Holmes Regional Medical Center, where she later died in trauma surgery.

The suspect vehicle fled the shooting scene and was later stopped as it collided with a sign and crashed into a ditch at the intersection of Turtlemound Road and Parkway Drive, Melbourne. The driver, Bradley, and the passenger, 19-year-old Andria Michelle Kerchner, were removed from the vehicle.

Deputy Pill proudly served in law enforcement for the past 30 years. She was previously employed with the Miami Dade County Police Department and began her career with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office in 1997. Deputy Pill was highly decorated, being previously presented the Merit Award (twice), Commendable Service Award and multiple Letters of Appreciation for outstanding actions. Deputy Pill is survived by a loving family, three of which are in law enforcement and continue protect the citizens of Brevard.

Brandon Bradley was charged with First Degree Premeditated Murder, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, and Failure to Appear Warrants for the Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Sale of Cocaine, Carrying a Concealed Firearm, Resisting Arrest and Violation of Probation Warrants for Robbery, Possession of Cocaine, Burglary and Grand Theft. Kerchner was charged with Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, First Degree Felony Murder and a Warrant for the Sale of a Controlled Substance. Both Bradley and Kerchner were transported to the Brevard County Jail under a No-Bond Status.

Sheriff Jack Parker stated, “Our heroes are those who risk their lives every day to protect us and make our communities a better place, Deputy Pill is a sterling example of one of these heroes. Deputy Pill was beloved by all who knew her. She dedicated her entire life to helping others, working more than 30 years in law enforcement. Barbara will be forever remembered as a Deputy Sheriff who gave everything she had to make Brevard a safer place. She was a blessing to our agency and to all who had the honor of knowing her.”

Attached to the news release is a photograph of Deputy Barbara Pill.

For any additional information related to this investigation please contact Lt. Tod Goodyear through the Sheriff’s Office Communications Center at 321-633-7162. For additional information concerning the career of Deputy Barbara Pill, Please contact Cmdr. Steve Salvo at 321-264-5212.

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Attorneys appeared on behalf of their clients, Brandon Bradley, 22, and Andria Kerchner, 20, who are each accused of murder in the March 6 fatal shooting of Deputy Barbara Pill. The accused, who are being held in jails outside Brevard County because of potential conflicts, did not appear in court. / Arrest mugshots

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Written by
Stacey Barchenger
FLORIDA TODAY

FILED UNDER
Crime

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Docket soundings in the cases against two people accused of fatally shooting a Brevard County Sheriff’s deputy were continued this morning and scheduled for July.

Attorneys appeared on behalf of their clients, Brandon Bradley, 22, and Andria Kerchner, 20, who are each accused of murder in the March 6 fatal shooting of Deputy Barbara Pill. The accused, who are being held in jails outside Brevard County because of potential conflicts, did not appear in court.

Michael Bross, Kerchner’s attorney, indicated during the brief docket sounding he would seek to have his client moved from protective custody while she’s held at Orange County jail.

“It is bizarre that she’s in one room by herself in protective custody,” Bross said, adding that his client was not afraid for her safety in the facility. “We think this is abuse.”
Judge Morgan Reinman said she would not address the issue, directing Bross to take it up with the jail or sheriff’s office.

Bradley, who also uses the surname Brantley, has six pending cases including three violation of probation matters, the first-degree premeditated murder case and two others charging him with weapons offenses. He is being held at Seminole County jail.

He is scheduled to appear in court July 11 for a hearing to discuss issues involving his attorney, Assistant Public Defender Randy Moore. Bradley sent two letters to judge Reinman early this month asking for a new attorney, writing that he felt Moore was too busy and showed “lack of effort.” He also claimed jail staff were trying to poison him and nurses weren’t caring for him.

A docket sounding, which is a sort of status update on ongoing cases, has been reset for both Bradley and Kerchner on July 25.

Contact Barchenger at 321-242-3669, sbarchenger@floridatoday.com or follow at Twitter.com/sbarchenger.
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