1 of 3 victims in shooting is suspect's ex-wife

Posted July 13, 2017

Police have launched a massive dragnet for an armed suspect they believe fatally shot three people in an Alabama mobile home park.

Authorities are searching for an armed man following a shooting at an Alabama mobile home community near Birmingham.

In the first accusations, a 5-year-old female victim told police at the time, in June 2005, that Lever, who was her neighbor, had molested her, documents obtained by the York Dispatch said.

Kenneth Dion Lever, 52, is sought in connection with the shooting spree in Gardendale, Alabama that left two women and one man dead in a suspected domestic incident on Wednesday. Authorities urge anyone who sees him to consider him armed and unsafe.

Lever was booked in Santa Rosa County in 2015 for an out-of-state fugitive warrant that originated from York, Pennsylvania on charges related to a child sex crime.

Police are actively searching for the suspect who they have identified as Kenneth Dion Lever.

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A judge issued an order in December telling Lever to stay away from Dana Lever and their daughter, a juvenile, after Dana Lever claimed he was stalking and harassing them, court records show.

The suspect's vehicle is a black 2007 Lincoln Navigator with Florida tag # 689NFN.

Jefferson County Chief Deputy Coroner Bill Yates says police notified his office about the deaths, which occurred Wednesday morning in the suburb of Gardendale.

He posted his $100,000 bail in the first case and was arrested again several days later on October 15 in the second. The girl, according to public records, had been seeing a therapist and the therapist called the mother with concerns.

"My daughter has a very different disposition when she returns home", she wrote.

The cases are scheduled for jury trial in York County Court of Common Pleas on September 11, according to online court dockets. She wants to sleep in my bed and she wants to sleep with the lights on.' .