From The Tribune staff reports
BIRMINGHAM — Additional developments have surfaced in an Aug. 19 case involving a fatal shooting in Birmingham.
The Birmingham Police Department reports the ruling of justifiable homicide in the death of Mario Kindred has been declared a murder.
The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office originally ruled the actions justifiable, but re-ruled the shooting as a murder after investigators re-submitted the case on Oct. 22.
Kindred, 32, of Fairfield, was shot by an unnamed female during a domestic-related incident on Aug. 19 at 308 Gamma Street in Birmingham. The preliminary investigation suggested multiple gunshots were heard and a female driving a small silver sedan fled the scene. There were also reports of a physical altercation prior to the shooting.
Kindred was transported to UAB Hospital where later succumb to his injuries. The female shooter turned herself in at the Birmingham Police Administration building.
However, the suspect is currently at large. Her identity will remain confidential for operational purposes.