Alabama Basketball Player Charged with Murder of 23-Year-Old Woman

Alabama b-ball player Darius Miles has been accused of the homicide of a young lady killed close to the school’s grounds Sunday, Individuals has affirmed.

Tuscaloosa Police Skipper Jack Kennedy affirmed to Individuals Monday that Jamea Harris, 23, was shot and killed around 1:45 a.m. in “The Strip” close to College Blvd. by shots discharged from another vehicle.

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Michael Lynn Davis, 20, from Charles Area, Maryland, has additionally been accused of the capital homicide, which agents accept was begun by a contention.

After his capture Miles, 21, was promptly eliminated from the group, the school said in a proclamation, per AP News.


“We were made mindful of the new charge against understudy competitor Darius Miles; he has been eliminated from grounds and is as of now not an individual from the Alabama men’s ball group,” the college said of the Washington D.C. local, whose bio is at this point not in the group’s site.

Neighborhood subsidiary ABC 33/40 said that the driver of the casualty’s vehicle headed to find help and found a UAPD cop close to Bryant-Denny arena.

The driver let police know that they terminated back with good reason, striking one of the suspects, who seemed to have a non-dangerous physical issue, police told the power source. In the wake of talking observers nearby and seeing reconnaissance film, they had the option to find and capture the two suspects who stay in prison without bond.

ESPN revealed that Kennedy declined to unveil who shot the firearm or who was harmed.


Miles was a save in the Dark red Tide group and had been out for the season with a lower leg injury, the school declared before their game against LSU on Saturday.

“The College of Alabama’s most extreme need is the security and prosperity of the grounds local area,” the college told ABC. “We are lamented by the occurrence that happened close to grounds the previous evening and stretch out our most profound sympathies to the casualty’s loved ones.”

The College of Alabama didn’t promptly answer Individuals’ solicitation for input.