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Son Charged With Killing Elderly Father Following Fight

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Ricky Brazier (Coffee County Sheriff's Office) Ricky Brazier (Coffee County Sheriff's Office)

TULLAHOMA, Tenn. – A son was arrested and charged with killing his father in Coffee County.

Ricky Brazier, 57, was charged with First Degree Murder in the death of 82-year-old Edward Brazier.

Tullahoma Police found Edward Brazier's body inside a home on Marbury Road Monday around noon. 

During their investigation, police discovered the two had been involved in a domestic dispute inside the home where they lived together.

There was no word on how Edward Brazier died other than he was assaulted. His body was taken to the State Medical Examiner's office where a cause of death will be determined.

Ricky Brazier's bond was set at $500,000. A court date was scheduled for February 13.

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