Man With Century Ties Charged In Baldwin County Double Murder, Investigated In Disappearance Of Crestview Woman

October 13, 2020

A man with Century ties has been charged in a Baldwin County double murder during a drug deal gone bad, and he has been named a person of interest in the disappearance of a Crestview woman three years ago.

Antwon Montrex Smith, 37, is charged with two counts of capital murder for the shooting deaths the two men. The victims’ bodies were found on Baldwin County Road 95 south of Elberta early Friday, and investigators believe they were killed in that immediate area.

The were identified as Ryan Frazier and Joshua Carroll both of the Seattle, Washington area (pictured below). They were both linemen working for a contracting company installing cable lines in the area.

They arrived in Pensacola on October 8 and decided to meet with a “drug associate” identified by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office as Smith. He fled in Frazier’s vehicle.

Smith was arrested driving the vehicle in Mobile Saturday afternoon after a police pursuit. He struck two vehicles before crashing into a brick retaining wall on Springhill Avenue. A firearm, drugs and cash were recovered. The vehicle had a significant amount of blood and ammunition and other evidence in the case, the BCSO said. Frazier’s wallet was also recovered.

The Crestview Police Department has named Smith as a person of interest in a missing persons case. In March 2017, Smith was last person to be seen with his girlfriend Calandra Stallworth. She has never been located. The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office later arrested Smith on drug and weapons charges. He was driving Stallworth’s vehicle at the time of his arrest.

Smith has reportedly lived in Century for a good part of the last several years, and also Pensacola. In 2016, Smith was arrested on Jefferson Avenue in Century for possession of methamphetamine. That charge was later dropped. He was also arrested during a 2010 drug raid in Century.

Smith remained in the Mobile County Metro Jail Tuesday afternoon on charges that include possession of heroin and marijuana and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Anyone with information on Smith’s relationship with Stallworth or her disappearance from Crestview is asked to call Crestview Police at (850) 682-3544 or their local law enforcement agency.


7 Responses to “Man With Century Ties Charged In Baldwin County Double Murder, Investigated In Disappearance Of Crestview Woman”

  1. Mgileswhinery on October 22nd, 2020 12:17 am

    I’ve never known joshua to do drugs, that’s just sad.

  2. Rasheed Jackson on October 15th, 2020 9:05 am

    It is quite obvious this individual cannot coexist in the general population and most probably will be a menace in the prison system. He has, most likely, killed at least three people, and that count could be higher given his background and apparent total disregard for others. Time he is removed from society.

  3. Patsy Green on October 14th, 2020 9:42 am

    This breaks my heart. I knew Antwon when he was in middle school. He was one of the good guys then. Please, people, stay away from drugs.

  4. sam on October 14th, 2020 7:37 am

    catch and release. not a good idea.

  5. Bewildered on October 14th, 2020 7:03 am

    I hope they find the remains of this pretty young lady. I doubt that he will talk, however. His eyes are stone cold, The guy is incapable of any emotions.

  6. terry lee on October 14th, 2020 12:46 am

    I sure hope they put this one away for the rest of his natural born life,He is the epitome of a Predator!!!

  7. Justice on October 13th, 2020 6:44 pm

    A drug deal gone bad?
    The craving for illegal drugs caused their death.