The Kidnapper is Shot Dead After Leading Police on a Chase

After a police chase on April 3 in Birmingham, Alabama, a 28-year-old man was shot and killed, the news said.

WIAT said that the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office said that the man who was killed was Tedarrius Quentez Smith.

David Agee, the chief deputy of Jefferson County, told WIAT that deputies found Smith in a car in Fairfield, which is about 7 miles southwest of Birmingham. The deputies thought Smith had a warrant out for him for kidnapping, so they tried to get him to stop.

WVTM said that Smith instead led the deputies on a car chase.

The tweet below confirms the news:

WVTM said that the chase came to an end in Collegeville, which is about 9 miles north of Birmingham.

Agee told that Smith was driving a black Infiniti and stopped when he hit a dead end at a chain fence in Collegeville’s public housing community. said that three people got out of the car after it stopped, and a Jefferson County deputy shot and killed Smith at the scene.

News sources said that the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency would take over the investigation, but as of April 4, the agency had not made a statement.

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