A search is underway in southwest Birmingham after a man wanted on felony warrants fled from U.S. Marshals searching for him.
Brandon Reshoyd Campbell, 25, was arrested last year on charges of attempted murder, violation of a domestic violence protection order, and burglary. The incident happened in October 2016 when authorities say he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s Birmingham home.
Once inside the home, he encountered another male and fired shots at him before fleeing the scene. He was arrested on the charges on Nov. 15, but later released on bond with a condition of electronic monitoring.
U.S. Marshal Marty Keely said Campbell cut off his electronic monitoring device, and the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force was brought in to search for him. In April, Jefferson County District Judge Michael Streety issued an order noting that Campbell had repeatedly violated the monitoring conditions of his bond, despite warnings, instructions and citations.
Streety ordered that once in custody, Campbell be held without bond.
Keely said the task force received information of Campbell’s whereabouts Thursday morning and were searching for him in southwest Birmingham. When he spotted lawmen, he fled and led them on a brief chase. Ultimately, he bailed from his car and fled on foot.
The search is ongoing in the area of the 2100 block of Snavely Avenue where U.S. Marshals and Birmingham police have set up a perimeter. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is released.