Man Shot And Killed After Firing At Deputies In Perdido, Alabama

January 19, 2022

A man was shot and killed by Baldwin County deputies early Wednesday morning in Perdido.

The man has been identified as Ronald W. Flowers II of Bay Minette.

Deputies were investigating a suspicious person on the area of County Road 47 and McCoy Road, about two miles from the Florida line.

The BCSO said that while relaying Flowers’ information to dispatchers, he produced a gun and fired at least one round at deputies. Two deputies returned fire striking Flowers, who died at the scene. The deputies were not injured.

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office has requested that an independent review of this incident be conducted.

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Comments

2 Responses to “Man Shot And Killed After Firing At Deputies In Perdido, Alabama”

  1. William in Beulah on January 19th, 2022 4:27 pm

    Glad the officers are safe!!!

  2. northofI10 on January 19th, 2022 4:06 pm

    Thankful…. that the Officers were not injured and the situation was handled as the suspect forced the issue and got his justice for his action(s).





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