Cameron Paul Eubanks
Birth: July 14, 1992
Death: August 9, 2012
Cameron Paul "Cam-Cam" Eubanks of Wicksburg passed away Thursday evening, August 9, 2012. He was 20.
Funeral services will be 10:00am Tuesday, August 14, 2012 from the Daleville Baptist Church with Rev. Judd Waldrop officiating. Burial will follow in the Daleville Memorial Gardens cemetery. The family will receive friends at Daleville Baptist Church Monday, August 13, 2012 from 6-8pm.
Cameron was born July 14, 1992 in San Antonio Texas to Mr. Paul A. and Belinda Eubanks. He was a 2010 graduate and former band member of Wicksburg High School. He was also enrolled at Wallace Community College.
Survivors include his father and step-mother: Paul Eubanks (Crystal),Newton, his mother and step-father: Belinda Finamore (Anthony), Kissimmee, FL, sister: Brianna Gayle Eubanks, Newton, step-sister: Shealon Honea, Newton, two step-brothers: Anthony Finamore Jr., Cape Coral, FL, Logan Smith, Newton, maternal grandparents: Connie Marie, San Antonio, TX, Antonio and Judy Marie, Clarksville, TN, great-grandmother: Frances Hernadez, New Braunfels, TX, paternal great-grandmother: Alice Eubanks, Water Valley, MS, several aunts and uncles and other relatives.
Burial: Daleville Memorial Gardens, Daleville, Dale County, Alabama, USA
The Dothan Eagle
Matt Elofson - Jul. 12, 2010
A convicted sex offender faces a murder charge after Geneva County Sheriff’s investigators charged him with stabbing a Samson man to death over the weekend.
Chief Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Helms said detectives charged Donnie Mullins, 52, with murder in the stabbing death of 34-year-old Jamie Elmore. Helms said the stabbing happened Saturday evening a few miles outside Samson on the side of Alabama Highway 153. Helms said the men were traveling in a vehicle driven by Mullins when a confrontation occurred between them.
“There was a verbal altercation, they pulled off to the side of the road, and a fight started between Jamie Elmore and Donnie Mullins,” Helms said. “During the fight, Jamie Elmore received multiple stab wounds to the upper torso.”
The stabbing happened around 8:30 p.m., about four miles south of Samson. Helms said a passing motorist stopped and held Mullins until deputies arrived shortly afterward. Helms said there were two other people in the vehicle who witnessed the stabbing.
Helms said deputies have taken at least two knives into evidence, including one he referred to as a pocket knife. Helms also said alcohol was found in the vehicle, but it’s unclear whether anyone was under the influence at the time of the stabbing.
Helms said investigators with the Alabama Bureau of Investigation also assisted deputies in working the county’s first murder for 2010.
Mullins remained held Monday without bond in the Geneva County Jail.
Max Motley, the Geneva County coroner, said he pronounced Elmore dead around 9:17 p.m. Saturday at Wiregrass Hospital. Motley said Elmore appeared to have died from multiple stab wounds about his body, including his stomach, chest and back.