Man Charged With Manslaughter in Midtown Crime

Man Charged With Manslaughter in Midtown Crime

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On Wednesday, October 2, 2013, at approximately 9:45 p.m., Mobile Police responded to the 400 block of Crenshaw   Street to investigate a report of one stabbed. On scene, police learned the victim had been transported to U. S. A. Medical Center by private vehicle. Kevin Lee Hall, 24 years old, suffered a life-threatening stab wound and was later pronounced dead.

Investigation revealed Hall and 23 year-old Leevaughn Pettway, Jr., who was known to Hall, were involved in an altercation which resulted in the life-threatening injury.  Pettway was arrested and charged with Manslaughter in this case.

Detectives will continue the investigation.  If anyone has information about this incident, please call the Mobile Police Department at (251) 208-7211. 

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