Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Shooting In Perdido, Alabama

January 9, 2022

One person was shot in Perdido, Alabama, Saturday, and a relative of the victim has been charged.

The shooting happened on Lonnie Hadley Road off Lottie Road, about 3.5 miles northwest of the Florida state line.  The victim was airlifted to a Pensacola hospital, and an update on their condition was not available.

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man described as a “family member” of the victim. Dillon Kirk Johnson, age 24 of Lonnie Hadley Road in Perdido, was booked into the Baldwin County Corrections Center in Bay Minette without bond.

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6 Responses to “Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Shooting In Perdido, Alabama”

  1. Robinhood on January 10th, 2022 1:09 pm

    Stand your ground. If you feel in danger and don’t waste a call to sheriff office. Most of time they arrive too late. That is why I always carry a piece with me everywhere I go. I do not go looking for trouble and just want to live peacefully BUT I will not hesitate if the need arises. Arm yourselves is best way to protect yourself and family

  2. Bewildered on January 10th, 2022 9:13 am

    Concerned is just repeating what the Democratic Party tried to sell the public before the election in 2020. „get rid of police as we know it and have counselors handle all conflicts“. Good luck, LOL !!

  3. William 2 on January 9th, 2022 4:05 pm

    I don’t think an outreach number will solve this type of problem, we have a sheriffs office to handle
    disputes as well as the courts. The problem is that people need to learn how to communicate with each other and stop being so ugly, judgemental and selfish.

  4. C'Aira on January 9th, 2022 2:16 pm

    Wow. Legit just down the road. I was wondering what was going on, they always fire guns around here but lastnight sounded like a bomb going off. Crazy how close this was.

  5. Terri Waller on January 9th, 2022 8:21 am

    Praying for this family!

  6. concerned on January 9th, 2022 6:27 am

    maybe this would be something to think about but I say it’s over due every state should have a community outreach phone number to call when disputes happen weat her it be family members or neighbors . have someone on the other end of the line to hear there story and decide whether law enforcement should be involved or try to come to reason with both parties to resolve the dispute. I’m sure some where everyone could find common ground to settle things by having there story told . it’s time the madness stops and get back to where we all can care for each other. love they neighbor. amen





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