Shelby County homicide suspect dies while awaiting extradition in MS
A man charged in connection with the September deathof an Alabaster man has died while awaiting extradition to Shelby County. WilliamDavid Moore, 52, was found dead inside his home Thursday, September 20th,2012. An autopsy determined the cause of death to be a homicide.
Moore's 2003 Hummer HU2 was located in Jackson,Mississippi. Jackson law enforcement also located Lamario Brown, 30, ofBirmingham. Brown was taken into custody, where he was charged with ReceivingStolen Property first degree by Jackson authorities. A murder warrant wasobtained by the Shelby County Sheriff's Office, charging Brown with Moore's death.
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office reports they werenotified Wednesday, December 5th that Brown had died from medicalcomplications while in Mississippi custody.
Shelby County Sheriff Chris Curry said, "Although wewill not see this case reach a conclusion through the Court, I am confidentthat no one else was involved in Mr. Moore's death."