Christopher Kendricks, 32 years old, was taken into custody by the Birmingham Police Department, according to their report. According to the police department, a warrant for Kendricks’ arrest has been issued for his alleged involvement in a homicide. Both Kendricks and the victim worked for the organization in question in some capacity. Cortez Ware, 37 years old, a resident of Birmingham, was determined to be the deceased by the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office.
There was no supplementary information provided at any point. Following the discovery of a man’s body outside of a food market in Birmingham, a suspect was taken into custody. According to Sgt. Monica Law of the Birmingham Police Department, a man was found lying on the ground in front of the Elyton Meat Market at approximately 2:00 p.m., which is located at the intersection of Center Street and 3rd Avenue North.
After the arrival of medical personnel, it was determined that the man had passed away. The victim was considered to be an employee of the shop, as stated by the law. In accordance with the Law, a suspect was apprehended by law enforcement personnel a few blocks later with the assistance of community members and the Real Time Crime Center. Please call the Homicide Unit of the Boston Police Department at (205) 254-1775 if you have any information on this crime.
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