Man, 28, charged with capital murder in 2020 for murder of woman found dead on Birmingham porch
A 28-year-old man has been charged in the previously unsolved murder of a woman killed just over a year ago in Birmingham.
Delvin Lamar Hunter is being held in Jefferson County Jail on multiple counts, including capital murder in the January 4, 2020 shooting death of Stacey Flournoy, 32, court records show. He is also charged with attempted murder in the wounds of Deangelo Barrett who was shot at the same time as Flournoy.
Birmingham police were on patrol when they heard gunshots around 10 p.m. that Sunday. They found Flournoy on the porch of a house at 3838 39th Court at 10:21 p.m. She was taken to UAB Hospital where she was pronounced dead at 11:09 p.m. Barrett survived.
According to court records released on Tuesday, Flournoy was shot dead with a pistol while in a vehicle, making the charge a momentous matter.
The new warrants were served on Hunter on January 16, but he has been in jail since September when he was arrested by Trussville police for drug trafficking. In this case, police received a flock camera notification of a stolen license plate, then found the vehicle at a gas station on Edwards Lake Road. Officers also took hundreds of Adderall and Oxycodone tablets, as well as marijuana.
Due to his criminal history, his bond in this case has been set at over $ 2 million. Hunter has been arrested on at least 20 criminal charges since 2011 including theft, attempted murder and kidnapping. In 2012, he pleaded guilty to attempted murder and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, two to be served.
He is now being held without bail.