BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT)– CBS 42 did confirm that a child struck by a vehicle last night has died. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office told us that Deonte Mixon, 4-years-old, was ran over in the Gate City community in Birmingham on the 6600 block of Joppa Court. He was transported to the Children’s Hospital emergency room where he died around 10:05pm. The accident happened just two blocks away from where a shooting happen around 9pm. Sgt. Johnny Williams tells us that two adult females were grazed by gunfire and a 2-year-old was shot in the leg. He also tells us that their injuries are not life threatening. No arrests have been made for either incident.
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A 35-year-old Jacksonville man who moved to Seattle after both brothers, then his best friend, were killed in separate incidents in the past two decades, was fatally shot Saturday night in a confrontation behind a bar.Michael Travis Hood was trying to get into a friend’s truck when he was hit four times in the chest, according to the Seattle Times. He died Sunday.Lovett James Chambers, 67, was jailed in the shooting.Hood moved to Seattle in November and was starting a new life, his mother, Brenda Hood, 60, said Tuesday night.
On January 22, 2012 the Dothan Police Department responded to a fight involving multiple people at Primetime, 230 East Powell Street at 3:17 a.m. While responding, officers were updated approximately ten shots had been fired. Seconds later that information was further updated to a firearm assault. Upon arrival, police found the victim, Anthony Robinson, lying in front of the club suffering from a gunshot wound in the chest. Robinson was taken to a local hospital where he succumbed to the injury a short time later. Upon arrival, police say Primetime was declared a crime scene. Officers began a diligent effort that continued throughout the day and night to document patrons present during the shooting as well as collect and photograph evidence. Police conducted over fifty interviews and served numerous search warrants of vehicles present at the club. Investigators stated the handling of such a large scene involving many people was conducted very thoroughly had a significant impact on the outcome of this homicide investigation. Police say they have now identified and arrested the shooter in this case. Investigators say at approximately 3:00 a.m. an altercation occurred in front of the club involving multiple subjects to include the suspect, Travarius Daniel, and the victim, Anthony Robinson. During the fight, Daniel pulled%2
A 17-year-old boy was killed by Jacksonville police officers early Saturday after police said he used a fake gun to hold up a Westside convenience store.
It was the fourth police-involved shooting on the First Coast since the start of the year, and the second that ended in a fatality.
Two officers were conducting a stakeout at the Kangaroo convenience store on Old Middleburg Road at Fouraker Road about 2:50 a.m. when they saw the teen identified as Craig Ruise enter a side door. The store is one of two Westside stores that have been held up nine times since Nov. 12, according to Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Chief Tom Hackney
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office booking photo of Billy Sheppard
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A Jacksonville man was convicted Thursday of two murders that took place just hours apart the morning of July 20, 2008.
2 Charged In 2 Homicides In 4 Hours
Billy Sheppard was found guilty of killing 39-year-old Patrick Stafford and 16-year-old Monquell Wimberly.Stafford was shot to death in a robbery attempt in the 1600 block of%2