Nov 11, 2013 3:11 PM
The Shasta County Sheriff’s Department has stated in a press release this afternoon they arrested Bradley Weber Sr. in Crescent City yesterday. The Sheriff’s Department had a standing arrest warrant for Weber Sr. for the murder of his son Bradley Weber Jr. in Igo.
On November 2 around 7:30 p.m., the father and son were reportedly involved in an argument at 6323 Marsha Farms Rd in Igo. According to the Shasta Secret Witness press release, Weber Jr.’s girlfriend left the residence on foot to avoid the argument and a few minutes later witnessed Weber Jr. ride past her on an ATV saying “he shot me.” Weber Jr. was transported to Mercy Medical Center where he eventually succumbed to his single gunshot wound.
A $1 million homicide arrest warrant was issued for Weber Sr as well as a $10,000 reward by Shasta Secret Witness. Weber Sr. was also reportedly traveling with a Pamela Lynn Glasgow.
Yesterday a citizen of Crescent City, Calif., contacted local law enforcement to report a possible sighting of Weber Sr. and Glasgow at a local hotel. The Crescent City Police Department, Del Norte County Sheriffs, and the U.S. Marshalls Office responded to the hotel and quickly established a perimeter. After a SWAT team announced their presence into the hotel room, Glasgow exited the hotel room and was taken into custody without incident. Weber Sr. held out for about 10 minutes before he too eventually exited the hotel room and subsequently taken into custody.
Glasgow was booked into the Del Norte County Jail for harboring and concealing someone wanted for a felony. Weber Sr. was also booked into the Del Norte County Jail on the Shasta County warrant for murder. According to the department’s press release, at one point Weber Sr. “became increasingly lethargic and unresponsive” at which time he was transported to a local hospital for excessive blood alcohol content. Detectives with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department are currently in Crescent City processing evidence and interviewing witnesses.
The sheriff’s department expressed gratitude to regional law enforcement and media in their help in apprehending Weber Sr.