BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The Birmingham Police Department has identified the victim in a homicide investigation Tuesday evening.
His name is Mondrell Kellogg, 25 of Birmingham.
According to BPD, the incident occurred in the 100 block of Center Street South around 5:30 p.m. That’s when police responded to a call of a person shot. Officers were also alerted several rounds detected by ShotSpotter.
Officers arrived and found Kellogg unresponsive on the ground in front of his vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound. Kellogg was pronounced dead at the scene, police report. The victim’s wife was also found on the ground suffering a gunshot wound and was transported to UAB with non-life threatening injuries.
The preliminary investigation indicates the victim drove to the location, exited his car and exchanged words with an unknown person. Police say, as Kellogg walked back to his car, he was shot by another unknown suspect.
The suspect fled the scene on foot prior to officer’s arrival. There are no suspects in custody at this time.
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