Grand jury declines to indict 19-year-old Adrian Cushion on homicide charges

The jury stated that cushion acted in self-defense by shooting Stone in the city of Alachua.
The jury stated that cushion acted in self-defense by shooting Stone in the city of Alachua.(WCJB FILE)
Published: Dec. 15, 2021 at 4:57 PM EST
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ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. (WCJB) - The grand jury returned a true bill for Adrian Cushion, 19, for carrying a concealed firearm. However, he was not indicted for shooting and killing Stoney Shine, 16, on October 31st.

The jury stated that cushion acted in self-defense by shooting Shine in the City of Alachua.

They say Shine brought a gun to Maude Lewis Park and hid it and after losing several fights he got the gun and shot at a group that Cushion was in.

Cushion, carrying his own gun, shot Shine four times and killed him.

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