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Homicide Investigation

The Birmingham Police Department detectives are conducting a homicide investigation. The incident occurred in the on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.

The victim has been identified as Mondrelle Kellogg, (25), B/M, of Birmingham, Alabama.

At approximately 5:30 p.m., officers from South Precinct responded to the 100 block of Center Street South on a call of a person shot. Officers were also alerted several
rounds detected by ShotSpotter. Officers arrived and found the victim, Kellogg, unresponsive on the ground in front of his vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound. A female victim was also on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound.

Kellogg was pronounced deceased on the scene. The female victim was transported to UAB were she was treated for non-life threatening injuries. The female sustained nonlife
threatening injuries.

The preliminary investigation indicates the victim drove to the location, exited his car and exchanged words with an unknown person. As the victim walked back to his car he
was shot by another unknown suspect. The suspect fled the scene on foot prior to the officer’s arrival. There are no suspect(s) in custody.

If you have any information that can help solve this case, call Crime Stoppers at (205) 254-7777. You can remain anonymous. Updates will be provided as this case develops.

This is Birmingham’s 85th homicide investigation of 2020 with 13 justifiable death investigations and 1 non-criminal homicide (accidental shooting). The Birmingham Police Department adheres to FBI Uniform Crime Reporting guidelines set for all law enforcement agencies across the United States. FBI Uniform Crime Reporting guidelines do not require law enforcement agencies to include justifiable death investigations into the total homicide investigations counts.

**The information is based on a preliminary and ongoing investigation, which continues to evolve as investigators interview witnesses, review physical and electronic records, and analyze forensic evidence. The Department’s understanding of the facts and circumstances may change as additional evidence is collected and analyzed**