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Alabama triple murder suspect could be headed to Florida's Gulf Coast

13 July 2017

His vehicle was found off of Glenn Chapel Road, on the backside of the mobile home park.

"We have three victims deceased on the scene, their identities can not be released at this time", Gardendale Police said on Facebook.

According to Gardendale Police, 51-year-old Kenneth Dion Lever shot two women and one man in a mobile home park, fled the scene and is considered armed and unsafe.

Told police, 'If you see this individual do not approach and call 9-1-1.

Court records in York County, Pennsylvania, show 52-year-old Kenneth Dion Lever of Santa Rosa County, Florida, is scheduled to go on trial there on September 11.

Police in Gardendale, Alabama, have identified the man as a suspect in the fatal shootings of three adult relatives on Wednesday morning.

Lever was arrested in 2015 on charges that he sexually molested a young girl for more than five years ending in August 2010, sometimes forcing a young boy to participate in the assaults, the records show.

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Lever was charged with involuntary deviant sexual intercourse with a child, aggravated indecent sexual assault of a child, indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age, corruption of minors and dissemination of explicit sexual material of a minor, according to court documents.

The Escambia County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that Kenneth Lever, the triple murder suspect wanted in central Alabama, has committed suicide at the Navy Federal Headquarters in Escambia County.

Lever might be in a black Lincoln Navigator with a Florida license plate, police said.

The suspect's ex-wife, Dana Lever additionally sought a protective order against Lever in December 2016, claiming the man was stalking and harrassing her and her young child. Lever was held on $100,000 bail in the first case and posted it, being released from York County Prison afterward. They say he could be headed to the Florida Panhandle. 'My daughter has a different disposition when she returns home, ' the woman wrote.

Lever has been free on bond awaiting a court date.

'She is very clingy to me and will not let me leave her.

Alabama triple murder suspect could be headed to Florida's Gulf Coast