Jayvonne Banks identified as Birmingham shooting victim

Noah King identified as victim in fatal shooting at Erie park

Noah King identified as victim in fatal shooting at Erie park

Jayvonne Banks Death – The victim was a 28-year-old woman from Birmingham named Jayvonne Banks, according to the Birmingham Police Department (BPD). According to the Boston Police Department, a person was detained as the investigation proceeded further. According to the Birmingham police department, an argument is what led to the latest fatal shooting. The body of the victim was discovered by law enforcement at the Adona apartments located on Aspen Run. Please contact the Birmingham Police Department at (205) 254-1700 if you have any information on this incident.

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The name of the man who was fatally shot Friday night across the street from three young boys who were enjoying their birthdays has been made public by the authorities. Jesse Dewayne Cummings Sr. has been identified as the victim by Birmingham police as of Saturday. He was 33. Around six o’clock on Friday, the incident took place close to Eighth Court North and 45th Place North. According to officer Truman Fitzgerald, a domestic disagreement may have been the cause of the shooting.

The twin boys, all 8 years old, and another youngster who were also celebrating their birthdays across the street at the Rev. Dr. Morrell Todd Homes public housing complex in Kingston did not appear to be connected to the incident. Partygoers claimed to have run for cover as shots were fired, but the BBQ resumed once the shooting subsided. Fitzgerald claimed that when South Precinct officers arrived, they discovered Cummings unconscious inside a car. When the shots were fired, Cummings’ infant son was in the car with him but was unharmed.

On the spot, Cummings was pronounced as dead. According to Fitzgerald, the early investigation suggests a domestic-related argument had place. The fatal gunfire was directed at Cummings’ car. Shot Spotter, the city’s gunfire detection system, informed officers that more than 20 rounds had been fired. The inquiry is still ongoing. There have been no detentions. Cummings is the 125th murder in Birmingham so far this year. Seven of them have been determined to be justified and are not considered criminal. There have been 169 killings in Jefferson County overall, including the 125 in Birmingham.

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