Man Shot And Killed In South Mobile County

Man Shot And Killed In South Mobile County

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GRAND BAY, ALABAMA -

Mobile County Sheriff's investigators say charges could be coming against a man suspected of shooting another man to death in South Mobile County.

Deputies responded to a home on Strickland Road early Friday morning after a call of one person shot. On arrival they found 46-year-old Clarence Lundy dead on the scene.

The suspected shooter, 64-year-old Stanley Clemmons, was caught by authorities in Meridian, Mississippi. Family of the victim says Clemmons was Lundy's girlfriend's father.

"It’s an anger and a definite crush you know. It's a crushing blow to your heart when your brother is laid out there in my front yard," said Lundy's brother Elvis Lundy.

Investigators say they are not sure what led up to the shooting. Clemmons is expected to be brought back to Mobile County Friday night.

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