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A St. Mary’s court commissioner set a bond requirement Saturday of $1 million for the pretrial release of a Prince George’s County man on charges including attempted second-degree murder from a shooting earlier this month in Great Mills.

Jeramey Kishan Bradshaw, 24, of Landover was taken into custody Friday, two months and a day after he pleaded guilty in St. Mary’s to a pair of theft charges and a drug offense. He was released on a sentence of about six months he’d already served in pretrial custody. In one of the theft cases, both committed in October 2011, Bradshaw originally was accused of robbing at gunpoint a teenager who wanted to buy drugs from him.

St. Mary’s detectives allege that on the morning of Feb. 11 at Coronado Drive, Bradshaw fired multiple rounds from a handgun striking a 23-year-old man, who already was in a struggle with another assailant. The wounded man was flown by a Maryland State Police helicopter crew to the Prince George’s Hospital Center, where he was treated for injuries to a leg and his lower abdomen.

Detectives reported this week that Bradshaw was located and arrested without incident on Friday in Calvert County.

Last December, a St. Mary’s judge agreed to suspend prison sentences against Bradshaw amounting to about four years in one of the theft cases, about one year in the other theft case and about two years and six months on a charge of the possession of oxycodone, in part on the condition that Bradshaw commit no further crimes during two years of probation supervised in Prince George’s County.

Suspect sought in Clements shooting

In a separate matter, detectives reported Monday that a warrant has been issued charging Eric D. Burgess Jr., 21, formerly of Bushwood, with first-degree assault and related offenses from a Feb. 9 early-morning shooting during a party at Jenny Lynn Lane in Clements.

A 23-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound in his torso, detectives report, and he was treated at MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital and released.

Detectives advised that Burgess “should be considered armed and dangerous,” and that anyone with information about his whereabouts should call their office at 301-475-4200, ext. 1959, call St. Mary’s Crime Solvers at 301-475-3333 or text a tip to CRIMES (274637), typing TIP239 and then the message.

jwharton@somdnews.com