Official report on Belair/Montclair shootings. Suspects sought

January 11, 2013

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Press Release: On January 10, 2013 about 10:10 p.m., deputies responded to a shots fired disturbance in the 700 block of Belair Rd. When deputies arrived on-scene they found one victim dead, and another with a critical gunshot wound.

Durall A. Sumler, 20, of Pensacola was transported to a local hospital for treatment, where he remains in critical condition. Deputies then learned of another possible gunshot victim in the 900 block of Beliar Rd, Shawn F. Jordan, 21, of Pensacola, was also transported to a local hospital where he remains in serious condition.

It is believed all three victims had been shot in the 700 block of Belair Rd. The identity of the deceased is not being released at this time pending notification of the next of kin. Deputies’ located evidence at the scene which leads them to believe the incident was narcotics related. At this time investigators are unable to disclose what type of evidence was found.

Investigators are looking for 6 people who are believed to have information on this crime. The following individuals are needed for questioning only at this time. If you have any information about this crime or the below listed people you are asked to call ECSO dispatch at 850.436.9620 or Gulf Coast Crime Stoppers at 850.433.STOP.

Travaris Jamal Stallworth, 9-23-1989
Freddie Dayshen Fountain, III, 9-21-1989
Rodney Wayne Overstreet, 11-30-1977
Kwamane Quason Silas, 2-6-1990
Gregory Vaughn Clarke, 10-29-1991
Kenneth Tyrone Woods, 10-31-1969

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  • EPenn January 11, 2013 at 10:33 am

    The root of the problem seems to be more of a drug problem in the county than a gun problem… That being said, I would like to know where all their guns are coming from… have the local police put out any information on the origin of any of the guns? Are they stealing them locally? Buying them legally? Buying them illegally? From who…etc…

  • HazeMotes January 11, 2013 at 9:47 am

    Once upon a time, I used to cringe when I listened to news reports about shootings and mayhem in Pritchard (Mobile). Now, the cringes are worse because of all that happens in our own neighborhoods. And so the question remains: What the hell is happening? And another question looms: Does anyone doubt that Pensacola and Escambia County are in big trouble?