Seeking information on Andalusia Highway death, says Sheriff

Seeking information on Andalusia Highway death, says Sheriff

The Sheriff’s Office in Crenshaw County is seeking help from the public regarding an inquiry into the passing of a man on Andalusia Highway.

In the late hours of Thursday, around 10:35 p.m., a report was received by the deputies regarding a male subject at the 19,000 block of Andalusia Highway. The deputies immediately rushed to the location and discovered an individual who had sustained severe injuries that ultimately proved fatal.

In a press release on September 15th, Sheriff Terry Mears shared that despite the best efforts of emergency medical personnel, the victim unfortunately passed away due to their injuries while receiving treatment at Andalusia Hospital.

The Sheriff’s Office has teamed up with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) to conduct a thorough investigation into the incident. They urge the public to share any information related to the case to help in their efforts.

Mears emphasized the importance of paying attention to every small detail that can make a substantial difference in their investigation.

If you have any information or leads that could help shed light on the circumstances surrounding the incident, please do not hesitate to contact either the Crenshaw County Sheriff’s Office or ALEA. Your assistance could make a significant difference in uncovering the truth.

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According to Mears, even the smallest piece of information could play a crucial role in bringing a sense of closure to the family of the victim. Every bit of data holds importance, and none of it should be considered insignificant.

As of now, Sheriff’s Lieutenant Chris Stewart has stated that there is no additional information to share.

To report information, call the Sheriff’s Office at (334) 335-4850 or (334) 335-4485, ALEA’s Dothan Post at (334) 983-4597, or Central Alabama CrimeStoppers 24-hour tip hotline at (334) 315-7867.

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