Case Moves Forward Against AR Man Who Shot At Car Of Unarmed Teens Killing One
(Little Rock, AR) The murder case against an Arkansas man who shot into a car of unarmed teens is moving forward.
Willie Noble, 48, is charged with first-degree murder for the shooting death of a 15-year-old girl.
Noble is also charged with one count of terroristic acts, and five counts of aggravated assault.
Noble told investigators he was trying to scare some teenage vandals when he fired his pistol at their car.
Noble reportedly opened fire early after finding his car spattered with eggs, mayonnaise, toilet paper and leaves.
Noble told investigators he saw his car was vandalized and waited for the teens.
The driver made it to a convenience store seeking help.
Adrian Broadway was shot in the head and died at a local hospital.
Little Rock police said Noble’s teenage son had previously done a prank on some of the kids that were with Adrian and as a result, they were doing a “retaliation prank.”
Jail records don’t list an attorney for Noble or say when he will appear in court.
Some are comparing this case to that of Michael Dunn in Florida who shot at a car of unarmed teens.
In the Dunn case however, he claimed he was threatened.
Dunn was convicted of three charges of attempted murder and will be retried on a charge of first degree murder.