Man Found Not Guilty in 2016 Shooting Death

Saturday, January 27, 2018

 

A jury finds a man not guilty for the 2016 shooting death of a Gadsden man. Moses Siedlik faced a capital murder for the shooting of Daniel Wideman. Siedlik also faced other charges, such as reckless manslaughter, but the jury found him not guilty on all charges.

 

In June of last year, Wideman was found with a gunshot wound in the middle of a road in Ensley’s Central Park community. He later died at a Birmingham hospital. Police arrested Siedlik in July.

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