WALLACE, Justin Lee

Justin Lee Wallace

Birth: July 4, 1984
Death: September 30, 2016


Justin Lee Wallace, 32, of Midland City, AL. died in a tragic accident on Friday, September 30, 2016.

Memorial services will be held 5 pm, Friday October 7, 2016 at Sunset Funeral Home Chapel with Damon Wilson officiating. The family will receive friends from 4-5 pm at the funeral home.

Justin was born in Dothan, Alabama and grew up in Midland City and attended Dale County High School. Justin was an amazing carpenter, nothing made him more proud than seeing his work completed. If he wasn’t working, he was fishing with his dad or throwing the pole out at the river with his wife just to see who would catch the biggest fish first, or playing in the water with his daughters. Let’s not forget the arrowhead hunting, man he could hunt for hours and hours. He en-joyed spending time grilling with his nephew. Justin loved his mother dearly and made sure he talked to her daily. He was a wonderful daddy who will forever be missed by his daughters and family. Justin had a big heart and was known by many. We will all cherish the memories we’ve had with him and wish he could have been able to give us many more.

Survivors include, his wife, Britney Wallace; his daughters, Izabella “Bella” Wal-lace, Kyndall Wallace; his parents, Pam and Charles “Tony” Smith; his sister, Tori Riley; his nephew, Erik “Loggin” Welk; his grandmother, Louise Greer.

Criminal Details

April Davis, Sharifa Jackson – Oct 04, 2016

Victim, driver in Dale Co. fatal hit and run both identified

DALE COUNTY, Ala.– Authorities now know the identity of the man involved in the fatal hit and run accident, known as 53 year old Sammie Littlefield Jr. of Clio, the owner of a Ford F-150.

Authorities have been in contact with Littlefield, and conducted a number of interviews, but at this time, he has not been arrested or charged in relation to the accident.

Littlefield reportedly says as the time of the accident, he thought he had hit a deer and continued driving.

On Saturday, police received a call releasing information of possible involvement.

“He was escorted to the police department, we spoke about the incident, and it was indeed the truck that hit the individual,” said Newton Police Chief, James Gresham.

Authorities are now confirming that the accident happened around 7 p.m. Thursday evening.

Police are now waiting for subpoenas, medical records, toxicology and other paperwork to be forwarded to the district attorney’s office to decide if there will be any pending charges.

The case could potentially be forwarded to the grand jury.

The case remains under investigation.


A body found in Dale County Friday morning in a ditch on Alabama Highway 123 near the intersection of Dale County Road 43 near the town of Newton has been identified as 32-year-old Justin Wallace of Daleville.

Law enforcement got call about an unresponsive man on side of road who was believed to have been hit by a vehicle. The Dale County coroner confirms Wallace died due to multiple blunt force trauma injuries from a vehicle.

Investigators pieced together a headlight to determine the type of vehicle which might have hit Wallace so they can find the hit and run driver.

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