Pvt. Abdul N. Latifu Death – An investigation into a possible homicide that took place on the Fort Rucker base has led to the identification of a victim. According to a statement released by officials at Fort Rucker, Pvt. Abdul N. Latifu, who was from the Bronx in New York City, was shot and killed by another soldier after an incident. Latifu was in the process of completing his training to become an Army Air Traffic Control Operator while serving with the 1st Battalion, 13th Aviation Regiment, 1st Aviation Brigade. It has not been determined who the suspect is at this time. The investigation into the incident is still ongoing at this time, and there is no other information that can be provided at this time.
Related topic: Suspect, victim identified in fatal shooting near Fort Rucker
Both the shooter and the person who was shot to death in the area of Fort Rucker have been identified. After a shooting that took place close to Fort Rucker, the Dale County Sheriff’s Office reports that one person was killed and that a suspect has been taken into custody. William Powell, the chief of police in Daleville, revealed the information that the two individuals were siblings.
According to the investigation, Thomas Michael Goulart, age 58, is the one who fatally shot and killed his brother, Chris Goulart, age 52. It was Mrs. Chris Goulart who made the initial 911 call reporting her husband’s assault. The brothers shared a house just next door to one another. The shooting took place on Richardson Drive, and according to Chief Deputy Mason Bynum of the Dale County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect was taken into custody in the area surrounding the shooting.
Richardson Drive was the location of the shooting. According to Bynum, the suspect and the victim were present at a residence at the time of the shooting, which followed an incident between the two parties. It is not completely clear what the source of the conflict was at this point in time. Thomas Goulart is facing one count of first-degree murder as well as one count of first-degree burglary in connection to the death of another person.
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