Larrison ‘Larry’ Christian
Death: April 15, 2005
Larry Christian, 37 of Ozark, Ala. passed away Friday, April 1.5, 2005. The family will receive friends today April 19, 2005, from 6-8 p.m. at Fuqua-Bankston Funeral Home in Ozark.
Surviving family include one son: Aaron Michael Cole Christian, Aaron’s mother Rosa Lewis of Florida. Mother and stepfather: June Ann and Edward Christian. Father and stepmother: Alfred . and Jean Christian. Sisters and bother-in-laws: Tinnie and Gary Honaker of Arkansas, Julie and Bobby D. Powell of Ozark, Mary and Jack Fickle of Ozark, Dawn and Ronnie Brogdon of Brundidge, Kathy Christian of Ozark and Amy Gwynne. Nephews and nieces: Gary Honaker, Shawn Honaker, Kevin Honaker, James Honaker, Bobby Joe Powell, Michelle Powell, Jennifer Fickle, Jackie Fickle and Joey Fickle, Wendy Rogers and Wesley Rogers, Christina Brogdon, Francis Brogdon, Regina Brogdon, Wanda Brogdon, Renea Brogdon, Candy Brogdon and Jim Brogdon.
He was preceded in death by a brother in law Freddie Rogers of Ozark.
April 18, 2005
One man is dead and another is in custody after a murder that took place in Ozark.
It all started around 8 o’clock Friday night when Larrison “Larry” Christian visited the Wagon Wheel Trailer Park. 21-year-old Adam James would get into an argument with Christian. A friend to James said “next thing I knew, Adam was running back in telling me he had stabbed someone and that it was self defense.” After being stabbed in the chest, Christian was taken to the Dale Medical Center where he was immediately pronounced dead.
James had been living with a friend in the trailer park for the past few months. According to his friend, James and Christian got into a fight over a woman who also lived in the same trailer park. It wasn’t the first time the two men had argued.
Christian’s friend doesn’t agree that it was self defense, but one thing they do agree on is that the woman they were fighting over was in their words “trouble”.
Since the murder, someone has vandalized the woman’s car and belongings.
According to Ozark Police, the motive at this point appears to be domestic-related. James has been charged with murder and is currently in the Dale County Jail under no bond. Investigators will meet at the Dale County District Attorney’s Office today.