Gallia County Sheriff's Office Releases Anonymous Letter Related To Hunter's Death

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WOUB Contributing Writer


Updated Tue, Apr 22, 2014 7:23 am

An anonymous letter was sent to the Gallia County Sheriff's Office, apologizing for a hunter's death.

Now the sheriff's office is releasing the whole letter.

Gallia County Sheriff Joe Browning says with Ohio’s turkey hunting season starting Monday, he wanted to get the information out to the public.

Larry Bradley was shot on December 2, 2013, the opening day of Ohio's deer/gun season.

Sheriff Browning says when the letter was received around Christmas, part of it was released in an attempt to have the person responsible come forward.

But so far, that has not happened.

The sheriff's office hopes by releasing the letter in its entirety, the person responsible for the shooting will come forward.

Anyone with information regarding this case should call the Gallia County Sheriff’s Office at (740) 446-1221 or the Tip Line at (740) 446-6555.

An image of the letter is attached to this story.

This article contributed by WTAP Television in Parkersburg

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