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Andrew Braddy, 17, of Latrobe arrives for a preliminary hearing at the office of District Judge Joseph DeMarchis on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017. Braddy is charged as an adult with fatally shooting Devin Capasso, 15. 29 shooting death of Devin Capasso, 15, also of Latrobe. Capasso was shot in an apartment Braddy shared with Dylan K. Walklin, 24, and 18-year-old Xoie Rhodes. He was pronounced dead at the scene from a single gunshot to the torso. Braddy allegedly told Detective Ray Dupilka in an interview after the shooting that he, Capasso and four others were in the fourth-floor apartment at 330 Main St. He said he and Walklin showed the group two handguns stolen from vehicles within the past week, Dupilka testified under questioning from Assistant District Attorney Tom Grace. The group was listening to rap music about 6:30 p.m. “and Mr. Braddy said he became excited to the music,” said Dupilka, the only person to testify. “(Braddy) said he began manipulating the components of the firearm ...

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