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Nicolas Tate Wanted for Allegedly Beating His Brother with a Gun

Nicolas Tate Wanted
Nicolas Tate Wanted for Allegedly Beating His Brother with a Gun

Earlier this month, Mobile, Alabama police say Nicolas Tate, 28, didn’t use a rock, but a gun to bash his brother’s head. According to investigators, Tate and the unidentified brother were arguing, when words escalated into an assault.

ID #18-368

Tate pulled a gun, and struck his brother so badly in the head, he had to have immediate medical attention. Tate ran from the scene and has been in hiding ever since.

Tate is no stranger to M-P-D. He has several outstanding warrants and now is charged with Second Degree Assault.

He’s described as 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds. As far as distinguishing features, Tate has two, bright gold front teeth. He is considered armed and dangerous, so if you see him, or know where he is, call 251-208-7211. Remember, you don’t have to leave your name.

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