Montrial Tremaine Obituary, Death – At this point, there is no longer any doubt regarding the identification of the young man who was shot and killed in Birmingham on Wednesday afternoon. There is a complete and total lack of uncertainty regarding this matter.

According to the findings of the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office, the name Montrial Tremaine Hardy has been determined to belong to the individual who passed away. The revelation of this information was made possible by various members of the family. He was 21.

At one o’clock in the afternoon, there was an incident that took place in the 4500 block of Richard Arrington Jr. Boulevard. During this incident, at least 20 different types of bullets were fired. When the police arrived at the scene, they found that Hardy had been hurt as a result of the fight that had taken place earlier in the day.

The Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service took him to the hospital despite the fact that he was so injured that he had to be carried there. However, at 2:45 in the afternoon at the UAB Hospital, it was determined that he had passed away.

The apartment complex directly across the street from the 10th Avenue Deli parking lot as well as the parking lot of the 10th Avenue Deli itself have both been cordoned off by the police in order to conduct an investigation into whether or not they are potential crime scenes. There was a collection of shot casings in front of the apartment building that had been labeled as evidence and left there.

These shot casings had been deposited there. The information provided by Sergeant Monica Law indicates that there are currently no suspects who are being held at this time. In addition, there are no suspects who have been taken into custody.

This year, Hardy is the 127th person to lose their life as a result of a homicide that has taken place in the city. There have been 127 homicides so far this year. Because seven of them have been judged to be within the bounds of reason, it is no longer possible to consider them to be in violation of the law. This is because seven of them have been found to be within the bounds of reason.

There have been a total of 171 homicides committed in Jefferson County, with the city of Birmingham being the location of 127 of those killings. Of those 171 homicides, 127 took place in the city of Birmingham.