Airman found guilty in death of Barksdale airman

Airman First Class Bradley Hale (Photo: U.S. Military)
Airman First Class Bradley Hale (Photo: U.S. Military)(KNOE)
Published: Jan. 17, 2019 at 11:10 AM CST
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Less than a year after a Barksdale airman was found stabbed to death inside Anderson Air Force Base in Guam, a jury has found another airman guilty of murdering him.

The jury, which is now in the sentencing phase of the trial, found Airman 1st Class Isaiah Edwards guilty of killing Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale in March of 2018 while they were roommates on deployment in Guam.

Hale and Edwards were assigned to the 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron as Electronic Warfare Journeymen.

The jury began deliberations on Tuesday afternoon and took more than 10 hours to reach a verdict.

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