Man allegedly shoots at victim during argument in Bradenton

acastillo@bradenton.comMay 12, 2014 

Man on the run after being accused in Bradenton shooting

BRADENTON -- A man is on the run after he was accused of shooting at another person during an argument/

According to Manatee County Sheriff's report, Desmond "Blood" Harley, 31, approached an 11th Street East residence on Monday armed with a revolver. The victim was at the residence visiting a friend and, according to the report, got into an argument with Harley.

Harley then raised his gun and told the victim he was going to kill him, fired one shot at him that went over his head, down the hallway and through the back of the house, authorities say.

According to the press release, the victim ran into another room and Harley fled on foot.

"No one was hurt in the incident," according to the release.

Authorities were still searching for Harley Monday evening.

Amaris Castillo, Law Enforcement/Island Reporter, can be reached at 941-745-7051. You can follow her on Twitter@AmarisCastillo.

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