POLICE NEED HELP IDENTIFYING ATTEMPTED MURDER SUSPECT
The Tuscaloosa Police Department needs your help in finding a man accused of threatening and attempting to shoot a man.
Police said that around 4 a.m. Saturday, homicide investigators were called to respond to the 1300 block of 12th Street East on a firearms call.
Upon arrival, police said they spoke with the 69-year-old victim, who claimed his neighbors were having a large party that was causing a disturbance. The victim said he’s had several issues with those neighbors over disturbances.
The victim said he was recording the people in the street near his yard when an unidentified black man threatened to shoot him in the face. The victim said the man then got into a car and fired several shots at him, hitting the victim’s residence. The victim said his wife was standing in the doorway when the shooting took place.
Police have released video of the incident, and are asking for help identifying the suspect. He’s described as a 6-foot-tall, slim light-skinned black male, late teens or early 20s, with a box fade hair style and gold teeth.
The vehicle appears to be an early 2000s model Nissan Altima that is dark in color.
If you have any information, please contact CrimeStoppers at 205-752-7867 or the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit at 205-464-8690.
No one was injured in the incident, and the case is still under investigation.