Brandy Lee Mancil
Birth: October 28, 1981
Death: May 24, 2018
Brandy L. Mancil, a resident of Dothan, passed away on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at a local hospital. She was 36.
Funeral services will be held at 11 am on Friday, June 1, 2018 in Sunset Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Roy Rogers officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday from 10-11 am.
Sunset Memorial Park
Michele W. Forehand – Mar 25, 2018
Dothan man charged with murder after allegedly beating girlfriend to death
A Dothan man who pleaded guilty to domestic abuse in 2006 now faces a murder charge for allegedly beating the same woman to death Thursday night.
Antonio Perez Jackson, 35, was arrested and charged in connection with the death of his girlfriend Brandy Lee Mancil, 36.
“We are still waiting on results that will list all the injuries of the victim,” said Dothan Police Lt. Lynn Watkins. “Right now, I can say she was severely beaten during a domestic altercation between her and her live-in boyfriend.”
Officers responded to the 1200 block of Burbank Street Thursday evening in response to a medical emergency, Watkins said. Officers arrived at the scene to find Mancil inside the residence suffering from life-threatening injuries. She was transported by emergency personnel to Flowers Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Jackson is being held without bond.
Jackson pleaded guilty to third-degree domestic violence in 2006 stemming from an incident in which Jackson was charged with grabbing Mancil by her throat and choking her.
He received probation and was ordered to serve time in the local community corrections program. He was revoked from the community corrections program in June of 2007 after being terminated from his second job within a month. According to court documents, Jackson’s community corrections service was revoked because his girlfriend and child were coming to his workplace on numerous occasions, causing arguments with fellow employees.
He was later charged with third degree escape in 2008. The charge was later dismissed after Jackson completed the pretrial diversion program.
Source: View DothanEagle.com Article
Tonya Pruitt – May 25, 2018
Domestic Incident Leads to Murder Arrest
Yesterday, on May 24, 2018, Dothan Police responded to the 1200 block of Burbank Street in response to a medical emergency. Patrol Officers arrived on scene and located Brandy Lee Mancil inside the residence with life threatening injuries. Emergency personnel transported her to Flowers Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Officers discovered that the incident was involving a domestic altercation between Mancil and her live in boyfriend Antonio Perez Jackson, 35, of Dothan. Detectives responded to the scene and determined foul play was involved and immediately began an investigation.
Jackson was taken to the Dothan Police Department for questioning due to the suspicious nature of Mancil’s death. After interviews were completed Jackson was charged with Murder for his involvement in the death of Brandy Mancil. A no bond has been requested in this case.
Source: View DothanFirst.com Article