Raymond Cole McDaniel, 22, was charged with second-degree murder.

A Brighton man has been charged with second-degree murder following the shooting death of a woman Thursday night.

Details from the incident are not yet completely clear, Brighton Police Chief Mike Durham said Friday morning, but it was a domestic-related incident which remains under investigation.

The victim’s identity has not yet been released by BPD.

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Raymond Cole McDaniel, 22, was also charged with possessing a firearm in the commission of a dangerous felony.

“Our prayers are with all the families involved,” said Jere Mason and HMRS Attorneys, McDaniel’s legal team. “We ask that the public remember that Mr. McDaniel is innocent unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.”

McDaniel is being held at the Tipton County Jail.

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  1. Please know that after this selfish act from Cole McDaniel the family has lost a mother of two young children ages 11 and 8. She was robbed of her life and can no longer be the wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, grandmother, sister in law, a friend to many . She will never be able to see her kids grow up never get to see graduate from school, never be able to watch her kids open Christmas presents, never be able to wish her kids a happy birthday never be able to comfort them when they are sick, never be able to tell them how much she loves them. And those babies will never know how much she truly loves them, and they will never be able to tell her how much they love her. She was the best mother she could be .No words can describe the amount of pain, sorrow, we the family are suffering in this time of loss. We haven’t even begun to scratch to surface on the tragic loss that we have on our hands. Please keep the family in your prayers as we grieve from this unnecessary unexpected tragedy loss, keep the family in your prayers as this young man walks freely, unharmed after he took an innocent life.

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