Suspect identified in Monday shooting


SUMMERDALE, Alabama — A suspect has been identified in a shooting reported Monday evening on County Road 32 in the Summerdale community.

Kerry Calvin “Mook” Bracy, 31, has active warrants for his arrest on charges of first-degree assault and first-degree robbery, according to a press release issued Tuesday by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department.

Deputies responded to a call of a person being shot at around 6 p.m. Monday, according to the release. As the deputies arrived they discovered a 20-year-old subject later identified has Corbin Miller suffering from a gunshot wounds. Miller was air lifted to Scared Heat Hospital in Pensacola where he was treated for his wounds. Miller is in stable condition at this time.

Investigation of the incident revealed that Miller was at the County Road 32 address when he met two black male subjects who came to the location to purchase an amount of marijuana from Miller. A fight ensued, and one of the subjects produced a smaller revolver and shot Miller.

After the shooting the males subject left the scene in a gray 2016 Chrysler 200. Bracy was identified as the driver of the vehicle. The other individual has not been identified yet. Bracy is known to be in the company of his girlfriend Donna Clarissa Minter.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Bracy or Minter or has additional information of the unknown accomplice, please called the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, 251-937-0202.

See the attached wanted poster of Bracy and Minter.