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Brandon D. Webber was the man shot in an incident involving U.S. Marshals June 12 in Memphis, according to a mayoral candidate, widespread social media memorial posts, and the Commercial Appeal.


Webber was shot when marshals were serving a warrant in Frayser, and he allegedly “pulled a rifle,” according to local news reports. The shooting occurred in the 2000 block of Durham in Memphis and involved the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, a U.S. Marshal Service, at about 7 p.m. local time, officials said.
Officials have not said that Brandon Webber is dead. However, many memorials appeared on his Facebook page Wednesday night.

Frayser is a community in North Memphis, Tennessee.
Several police officers and reporters suffered minor injuries on the scene. Local reporters said a crowd threw rocks at a group of Memphis Police officers, who were on the scene to assist with traffic control. They were not involved with the shooting. Other reporters said they heard gunfire. One reporter captured a video of two men smashing a Memphis police car with a chair.

Memorials Sprouted up on Facebook From People Mourning Brandon Webber

Brandon Webber wiki
Jay Feezy described Brandon Webber as a “father,” “son,” “college student” and “graduate.”
Several people referred to him as “B” or “BStacks.”
Travis Starks shared photo with a high school diploma. He captioned the post, “Nobody Really Know How He Feels…I Always Thought That You Would Be Here….”


Jose Ramirez Ortiz shared an exchange of messages between him and Brandon Webber. In December, Ramirez wrote “Don’t let up bro.” Webber responded, “I gotcha Bruh fr.”
Brianna Barron said she would make sure her son remembers “his daddy forever.”
Giovanna Smith wrote, “You Can’t Leave Us Like This It’s Not Gone Be Right Brother Get Up Brandon You Got Kids Yo Babies Need You Brother Get Uppppp Pleaseee B I Love You Forever.”
Brooke Patterson wrote “y’all took my lil cousin mane.”
“The love I had for Brandon still remain the same,” Kay Brown wrote. “LongLiveB.”

One Account Alleges That Webber Pulled a Rifle on a U.S. Marshal

Marshals were serving a warrant on a “violent suspect” when he allegedly “pulled a rifle” on the marshal, prompting at least one to “fire back,” according to Janice Broach with WMC-TV.
She wrote “Source says Marshal’s service was serving violent charges on a suspect. The suspect pulled a rifle on Marshal and at least one marshal fired back.

‘You’re Gonna Have to Kill Me,’ Webber Said To Police In Video

Webber posted a video to Facebook about two hours before his death that appeared to show him saying police would “have to kill” him and threatening violence.
Webber’s last Facebook post was a video that appeared to show him driving, smoking a blunt with the caption “What’s The Move I Need A Date. Who Wanna Traffic with they Favorite GreenHeart.”
Webber posted multiple photos on Facebook with guns and stacks of money. In one photo posted March 31, he appeared to be posing with a rifle on his shoulder. He captioned the post, “In Da Squad I Trust.”
At one point, a police car drives by. He calls the officers “b****es” and seemed to say “Don’t drive by me. You’re gonna have to kill me, homie.”

He said they would have to find him, then turned his camera toward the passing police car. “Oh God, look at these b****es,” he said. “Don’t drive by me. You’re gonna have to kill me, homie,” he said and laughed. “You’re gonna have to kill me, homie. I ain’t even gonna lie. I would do their a** so bad they’d leave me alone,” he laughed again. “It would be so funny seeing those b****es,” he continued.
Webber posted multiple photos on Facebook with guns and stacks of money. In one photo posted March 31, he appeared to be posing with a rifle on his shoulder. He captioned the post, “In Da Squad I Trust.”

Officers & Reporters Were Injured When Protest Erupted

Memphis Police Department tweeted “Several officers have received minor injuries due to individuals throwing bricks/rocks at the officers. Officers are being check by paramedics. This is still an active scene. MPD officers are securing the area so that TBI can make the scene.”
Their initial tweet said, “Old Allen Station officers received a call for assistance from the US Mashals regarding a shooting that had occurred in the 2000 block of Durham. MPD is now on the scene assisting with traffic control. No MPD officer was involved in a shooting. This is an active scene.”


Tennessee Bureau of Investigation led the investigation of the shooting. They tweeted, “MEDIA: TBI Agents are responding to scene of an officer-involved shooting in the 2000 block of Durham in Memphis involving members of the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, US Marshal Service. PIO @TBIKeli is headed to the scene & will provide additional info when possible.”
Keli McAlister, public information officer for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, said she was in the area but would not be able to provide an immediate update.
“MEDIA: I am in the area but an update will not be available for some time. I will keep you updated,” she wrote.
At about 12:15 a.m. local time, she wrote “MEDIA: Thank you for your patience as this remains a very fluid situation. Though I’m still not sure of our timing, I will hold a briefing regarding the Frayser incident at some point this morning as well as issue a written statement. I’ll update you as soon as possible.”

Luke Jones reported he was hit in the head and knocked to the ground while reporting on the scene for WREG-TV.
“Had to change locations. Guy just ran up, hit me on the side of my head and knocked me to the ground,” he wrote.
Rebecca Butcher with Local 24 News said her photographer was injured on the scene.
“The crowd at Overton Crossing was too volatile,” she wrote on Twitter. “My photographer sadly was hit by someone in the crowd. Thankfully he is okay! We have now moved to Durham Street—where tonight’s officer-involved shooting took place. We’re live at 10.”

Videos & Photos Captured the Frustration at the Scene

Reporters captured video of several confrontations between the public and police.
One video captured by Luke Jones showed a man hitting a police car with a chair and passing the chair to another man, who smashed the rear windshield of a police car.


Rankin shared a video of a man confronted a line of police, who were holding their riot shields up.
“Intense moments in Frayser after an officer involved shooting with a US Marshal,” she wrote.
Joyce Peterson with WMC-TV shared a photo of a police car with smashed windows.
“NEW: Here’s a look at the damage done to a @MEM_PoliceDept squad car. The windshield demolished. Some officers have riot gear. No reports of any officers seriously injured,” she wrote.

He also wrote, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to all involved in the incident in Frayser. The Frayser community is comprised of good, hard working people who love their community. The community wants answers into tonight’s incident. We are asking for calm and restraint by all and complete transparency in the investigation of tonight’s officer involved shooting.”
The NAACP tweeted they were monitoring reports of riots.
Shelby County Commissioner Tami Sawyer said Brandon Webber was shot “16-20 times in his family’s front yard.”

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Memphis Shooting Victim: Brandon Webber Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Brandon Webber Wiki

Brandon Webber wiki
Brandon D. Webber was the man shot in an incident involving U.S. Marshals June 12 in Memphis, according to a mayoral candidate, widespread social media memorial posts, and the Commercial Appeal.


Webber was shot when marshals were serving a warrant in Frayser, and he allegedly “pulled a rifle,” according to local news reports. The shooting occurred in the 2000 block of Durham in Memphis and involved the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, a U.S. Marshal Service, at about 7 p.m. local time, officials said.
Officials have not said that Brandon Webber is dead. However, many memorials appeared on his Facebook page Wednesday night.

Frayser is a community in North Memphis, Tennessee.
Several police officers and reporters suffered minor injuries on the scene. Local reporters said a crowd threw rocks at a group of Memphis Police officers, who were on the scene to assist with traffic control. They were not involved with the shooting. Other reporters said they heard gunfire. One reporter captured a video of two men smashing a Memphis police car with a chair.

Memorials Sprouted up on Facebook From People Mourning Brandon Webber

Brandon Webber wiki
Jay Feezy described Brandon Webber as a “father,” “son,” “college student” and “graduate.”
Several people referred to him as “B” or “BStacks.”
Travis Starks shared photo with a high school diploma. He captioned the post, “Nobody Really Know How He Feels…I Always Thought That You Would Be Here….”


Jose Ramirez Ortiz shared an exchange of messages between him and Brandon Webber. In December, Ramirez wrote “Don’t let up bro.” Webber responded, “I gotcha Bruh fr.”
Brianna Barron said she would make sure her son remembers “his daddy forever.”
Giovanna Smith wrote, “You Can’t Leave Us Like This It’s Not Gone Be Right Brother Get Up Brandon You Got Kids Yo Babies Need You Brother Get Uppppp Pleaseee B I Love You Forever.”
Brooke Patterson wrote “y’all took my lil cousin mane.”
“The love I had for Brandon still remain the same,” Kay Brown wrote. “LongLiveB.”

One Account Alleges That Webber Pulled a Rifle on a U.S. Marshal

Marshals were serving a warrant on a “violent suspect” when he allegedly “pulled a rifle” on the marshal, prompting at least one to “fire back,” according to Janice Broach with WMC-TV.
She wrote “Source says Marshal’s service was serving violent charges on a suspect. The suspect pulled a rifle on Marshal and at least one marshal fired back.

‘You’re Gonna Have to Kill Me,’ Webber Said To Police In Video

Webber posted a video to Facebook about two hours before his death that appeared to show him saying police would “have to kill” him and threatening violence.
Webber’s last Facebook post was a video that appeared to show him driving, smoking a blunt with the caption “What’s The Move I Need A Date. Who Wanna Traffic with they Favorite GreenHeart.”
Webber posted multiple photos on Facebook with guns and stacks of money. In one photo posted March 31, he appeared to be posing with a rifle on his shoulder. He captioned the post, “In Da Squad I Trust.”
At one point, a police car drives by. He calls the officers “b****es” and seemed to say “Don’t drive by me. You’re gonna have to kill me, homie.”

He said they would have to find him, then turned his camera toward the passing police car. “Oh God, look at these b****es,” he said. “Don’t drive by me. You’re gonna have to kill me, homie,” he said and laughed. “You’re gonna have to kill me, homie. I ain’t even gonna lie. I would do their a** so bad they’d leave me alone,” he laughed again. “It would be so funny seeing those b****es,” he continued.
Webber posted multiple photos on Facebook with guns and stacks of money. In one photo posted March 31, he appeared to be posing with a rifle on his shoulder. He captioned the post, “In Da Squad I Trust.”

Officers & Reporters Were Injured When Protest Erupted

Memphis Police Department tweeted “Several officers have received minor injuries due to individuals throwing bricks/rocks at the officers. Officers are being check by paramedics. This is still an active scene. MPD officers are securing the area so that TBI can make the scene.”
Their initial tweet said, “Old Allen Station officers received a call for assistance from the US Mashals regarding a shooting that had occurred in the 2000 block of Durham. MPD is now on the scene assisting with traffic control. No MPD officer was involved in a shooting. This is an active scene.”


Tennessee Bureau of Investigation led the investigation of the shooting. They tweeted, “MEDIA: TBI Agents are responding to scene of an officer-involved shooting in the 2000 block of Durham in Memphis involving members of the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force, US Marshal Service. PIO @TBIKeli is headed to the scene & will provide additional info when possible.”
Keli McAlister, public information officer for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, said she was in the area but would not be able to provide an immediate update.
“MEDIA: I am in the area but an update will not be available for some time. I will keep you updated,” she wrote.
At about 12:15 a.m. local time, she wrote “MEDIA: Thank you for your patience as this remains a very fluid situation. Though I’m still not sure of our timing, I will hold a briefing regarding the Frayser incident at some point this morning as well as issue a written statement. I’ll update you as soon as possible.”

Luke Jones reported he was hit in the head and knocked to the ground while reporting on the scene for WREG-TV.
“Had to change locations. Guy just ran up, hit me on the side of my head and knocked me to the ground,” he wrote.
Rebecca Butcher with Local 24 News said her photographer was injured on the scene.
“The crowd at Overton Crossing was too volatile,” she wrote on Twitter. “My photographer sadly was hit by someone in the crowd. Thankfully he is okay! We have now moved to Durham Street—where tonight’s officer-involved shooting took place. We’re live at 10.”

Videos & Photos Captured the Frustration at the Scene

Reporters captured video of several confrontations between the public and police.
One video captured by Luke Jones showed a man hitting a police car with a chair and passing the chair to another man, who smashed the rear windshield of a police car.


Rankin shared a video of a man confronted a line of police, who were holding their riot shields up.
“Intense moments in Frayser after an officer involved shooting with a US Marshal,” she wrote.
Joyce Peterson with WMC-TV shared a photo of a police car with smashed windows.
“NEW: Here’s a look at the damage done to a @MEM_PoliceDept squad car. The windshield demolished. Some officers have riot gear. No reports of any officers seriously injured,” she wrote.

He also wrote, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to all involved in the incident in Frayser. The Frayser community is comprised of good, hard working people who love their community. The community wants answers into tonight’s incident. We are asking for calm and restraint by all and complete transparency in the investigation of tonight’s officer involved shooting.”
The NAACP tweeted they were monitoring reports of riots.
Shelby County Commissioner Tami Sawyer said Brandon Webber was shot “16-20 times in his family’s front yard.”