Alabama Shooting Leaves 10-Year-Old Boy Dead; Suspects Still at Large – Crime Online


Authorities in south Alabama are looking for suspects in a double homicide that left a 31-year-old man and a 10-year-old boy dead.

The Conecuh County Sheriff’s Office said it was called late Friday night to a shooting in the Johnsonville community and found Jatonio Williams dead on the scene. The 10-year-old, whose name hasn’t been released, was rushed to Evergreen Medical Center, where he died from his injuries.

Investigators located a white 2009 GMC Yukon they believed the suspects were traveling in, but the suspects themselves were still at large on Sunday, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said.

Evergreen Mayor Stanley Stallworth told WKRG that these type of crimes are a problem “that we have to solve.”

“This is not a Stanley Stallworth problem,” he said. “It’s not a Chief of Police problem. It’s not a shares problem. It’s not a district attorney’s problem. This is our problem. These are our kids killing each other. We have to collectively — we the people — have to find a resolution to this. We will not have peace until all of us work together to figure this out.”

ALEA cautioned that the suspects — it did not say how many there were or provide descriptions — were “armed and extremely dangerous.”

“If seen,” the agency said, “do not approach or attempt to contact.”

Anyone with information should contact the Conecuh County Sheriff’s Office at 251-578-1260 or the ALEA SBI Crime Hotline at 1-800-392-8011.

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