Media Release 75
The Birmingham Police Department reports that Investigators are conducting a Homicide Investigation involving a Birmingham Police Detective. The incident occurred on Friday, April 10, 2020.
The victim has been identified as Kanisha Necole Fuller, (43), B/F, of Birmingham, Alabama.
At approximately 11:51 p.m., Officers from the West Precinct responded to a spot spotter call of several rounds fired in the 3000 Block of Pearson Ave. Officers arrived in the area which is Germania Park, and discovered a female victim inside of a vehicle suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Birmingham Fire and Rescue responded and transported the victim to UAB Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Investigators were later notified that the victim succumb to her injuries and was pronounced deceased by hospital staff.
The preliminary investigation has revealed the vehicle the victim was inside at the time she was wounded was an unmarked Birmingham Police Department Vehicle. The victim was in the car with a Birmingham Police Detective at the time she was wounded. It has also been established that the suspect/ shooter involved was a Birmingham Police Detective. The motive in this homicide is domestic in nature.
Alabama Bureau of Investigation is the lead investigative agency in this homicide investigation.
The suspect was later taken into custody at a residence on the Western Side of Birmingham and transported to Birmingham Police Headquarters for further questioning.
The suspect has been identified as:
Alfreda Fluker, (39), B/F, of Birmingham, AL.
Alfreda Fluker was with the Birmingham Police Department for 15 years and was assigned to the Crime Reduction Team.
Investigators presented the information gathered on the case to the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office for review. Following the assessment, a Capitol Murder Warrant was obtained against Fluker. The suspect does not have a bond. The suspect is in the custody of the Jefferson County Jail.
A mug shot of the suspect is attached.
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