College of Alabama b-ball player Darius Miles was accused of capital homicide on Sunday alongside one more man after a deadly shooting on the Tuscaloosa Strip.
At around 1:45 a.m. a vehicle pulled up to a College of Alabama squad car along the Stroll of Champions at Bryant Denny Arena looking for help, The Birmingham News revealed Sunday.
Inside they found traveler Jamea Harris, 23, dead of a shot injury, Capt. Jack Kennedy told the paper.
The driver, who was not recognized, let police know that somebody had started shooting and he had terminated back justifiably, potentially striking a suspect.
Witness meetings and video film drove police to Miles, 21, and Michael Lynn Davis, 20. .
“As of now, apparently the main intention was a minor fight that these people had with the casualty as they were out on The Strip,” said Kennedy, adding that the gatherings had no previous relationship.
One suspect was hit, however police didn’t say which one, and was treated for non-hazardous wounds.
Miles was heard addressing somebody, saying sorrowfully, “I swear I love you beyond what you can envision,” as he was stacked into the squad car.
The b-ball player was a hold on the Dark red Tide and was at that point going to miss the season with a lower leg injury.
He was quickly lost the group, his profile yanked from the athletic division site.
“We were made mindful of the new charge against understudy competitor Darius Miles, and he is at this point not an individual from the Alabama men’s ball group,” UA Games said in an explanation. “Games, related to the College, is completely helping out this examination.”