Cold Case Information

The Office of Attorney General has set up a telephone number and email address to receive citizens’ tips that could help bring justice and solve cases that have gone years without being solved. People who may have evidence or clues about cold case sexual assaults and murders are encouraged to call or email the Attorney General’s Office and share this information.

Cold Case toll-free hotline number: (866) 419-1236
Cold Case e-mail: coldcasetips@ago.state.al.us

Please note in order for the office to follow up on any information submitted, you must leave accurate contact information.

Current Cold Case Investigations


SHERRI TERESE SMITH
SHERRI TERESE SMITH


In the early morning hours of Monday, November 21, 2011, Fairfield Police responded to a residential alarm at the residence of Sherri Smith on Earlwood Road in Fairfield, Alabama. Upon arrival officer located Smith in her bedroom, the victim of an apparent homicide.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


KAMAILIE LAYLANI OGLESBY
KAMAILIE LAYLANI OGLESBY


On Wednesday, August 31, 2011, Kamailie Laylani Oglesby, a white female, age 30, was reported missing by a friend from Birmingham, Alabama. She was last seen alive on Friday, August 26, 2011 in the 5900 block of 1st Avenue North in Birmingham, getting onto the back of a reddish motorcycle, operated by a white male. On Wednesday, December 14, 2011, Saint Clair County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of human remains being found off of Hidden Valley Drive in Argo, Alabama. Those remains were subsequently determined to be the remains of Laylani Oglesby.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


KIMBERLY COMPTON WHITTON
KIMBERLY COMPTON WHITTON
HALEIGH CULWELL WHITTON
HALEIGH CULWELL WHITTON


On July 2, 2007, Kimberly Compton Whitton was reported missing by a co-worker who had last seen and heard from her on June 21, 2007. Kimberly Whitton did not report for work on June 25, 2007 and her friends and co-workers became concerned for her welfare. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office went to the Whitton property, in Section, Alabama, for a welfare check, but neither Kimberly or Haleigh were there and the Deputy was told they left on June 22, 2007 and had not returned. At the time of their disappearance Kimberly was 36 years of age and Haleigh was 11 years of age. Kimberly would currently be 44 years old and Haleigh 19 years old.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


MONICA ROLLINS
MONICA ROLLINS
DALTON ROLLINS
DALTON ROLLINS


On the morning of Monday, September 16, 2002, Monica Faye Pritchett Rollins, age 23 and her son Dalton Scott Rollins, age 6, were discovered by a relative, murdered in their home, located on Sugar Hill Road in Heflin, Alabama. At the time of the murders, Monica Rollins was approximately 36 weeks pregnant. That fetus died in the attack. Monica’s son, Aaron, age 2, was also located inside of the residence, unharmed.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


SHANNON NICOLE PAULK
SHANNON NICOLE PAULK


On the afternoon of Thursday, August 16, 2001, Shannon Nicole Paulk, an eleven year old white female, was seen talking to a unknown male in a vehicle in Candlestick Trailer park where she lived. She was not seen again after that. On October 6, 2001, Shannon’s remains were located off of Autauga County Road 66, in the Autauga County Wildlife Management area.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


JB HILTON GREEN BEASLEY
JB HILTON GREEN BEASLEY
TRACIE HAWLETT
TRACIE HAWLETT


On Saturday, July 31, 1999, JB Hilton Green Beasley, white female and Tracie Hawlett, white female, both 17 years of age, were reported missing to the Dothan Police Department by family members. The girls were reportedly headed to a party and were last seen in Ozark, Alabama. At about 9:00 A.M. on Sunday, August 1, 1999, the vehicle they were traveling in, a black Mazda, was located on Herring Avenue in Ozark by the Ozark Police Department. It was later determined that both girls were deceased in the trunk of that vehicle; both were victims of apparent homicide.
Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


GENNICE SHOMA THRASH
GENNICE SHOMA THRASH


On July 16, 1999, around 7:30AM workers arriving for work at the Fort Mitchell National Cemetery located off of Alabama Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, Alabama, located a black female on the side of the entrance road for the cemetery. The female was fully clothed, unresponsive and barely breathing. Shortly after law enforcement personnel arrived at the location the victim succumbed from her injuries. The victim was subsequently identified as Gennice Shoma Thrash, age 41, of Lamore Drive, Columbus, Georgia. Several witnesses reported seeing a vehicle either at the entrance to or on the entry road just inside Fort Mitchell National Cemetery and gave descriptions of the subjects they observed with the vehicle.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward


SANDRA CASSADY WILLIAMS
SANDRA CASSADY WILLIAMS


On Thursday, September 11, 1980 at approximately 9:00 a.m., the body of Sandra Cassady Williams, a 20-year-old white female, was discovered in the cul-de-sac in the 2000 block of Clemente Court in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile Police determined Ms. Williams was the victim of foul play. At the time of her murder, she was living in Summer Tree Apartments on Azalea Road in Mobile. Sandra Cassady Williams was employed at Tammy’s Fitness Center which was located on Moffett Road in Mobile.

Anyone with information on these murders is urged to contact the Alabama Attorney General’s Office, Cold Case Unit Toll Free Tip Line at (866) 419-1236 or email ColdCaseTips@ago.state.al.us You could be eligible for a reward