TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KBOI) – A Twin Falls man is behind bars for his role in the shooting death of a Filer man, 58-year-old Larry R. Miller.
According to the Twin Falls County Sheriff’s office, 23-year-old Bradley S. James faces first degree murder charges.
Deputies say Miller was shot and killed Thursday evening in his Filer home.
TWIN FALLS — A south-central Idaho judge entered a not guilty plea for a 22-year-old Twin Falls man charged with first-degree murder.
The Times-News reports that 5th District Judge Richard Bevan entered the plea on behalf of Bradley Frank James after James on Friday opted not to enter a plea.
Twenty-three-year-old Bradly Frank James is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the shooting and stabbing death of 58-year-old Larry R. Miller in Filer. Prosecutors say Miller died Dec. 12 after he was shot in the face and stabbed 25 times.
FILER • Bradly F. James, 23, of Twin Falls was arrested late Saturday night, charged with first degree murder, after allegedly shooting and killing 58-year-old Larry R. Miller of Filer Thursday night, said Lori Stewart, Twin Falls County Sheriff’s spokeswoman.
A call came in around 6:20 p.m. Thursday alerting law enforcement that an adult, white male was bleeding in downtown Filer, Stewart said.