Florida man who is ex-convict allegedly confessed to a murder case in which the police have been working for over two decades.
Florida man who is ex-convict confessed to 2002 Alabama Killing Murder Case
The 2002 Alabama killing case investigation allegedly got a light to be solved after a Florida man ex-convict confessed to the murder case.
The Florida man confessed to a case in 2002 where Alabama officers discovered the bodies of pregnant Monica Rollins and her son, Dalton Rollins. The two were found stabbed to death in their home in Heflin. The younger son of Monica was unharmed.
The Florida man confessed to a double murder described by the police as the worst crime they had ever seen.
Lewis Landon Spivey, a Florida man, just finished serving 15 years imprisonment for robbery and aggravated assault
Lewis Landon Spivey, a Florida man, who served 15 years imprisonment for an unrelated felony in Florida, has allegedly confessed to the 2002 Alabama Killing Murder Case.
The Florida man is charged with two counts of murder. It’s not clear if the Florida man has already entered a plea. The Florida man has been booked at the Cleburne County jail without bail bond.
Mayor Robby Brown offered his condolences to the bereaved family of Monica and Dalton.