Relatives sought for man found dead in Birmingham boarding home
Authorities are searching for family members of a man found dead in a Norwood boarding home last week.
Albert B. Williams was a 63-year-old black male, according to the Jefferson County Coroner's Office. He was discovered unresponsive about 9:57 a.m. Wednesday, May 10, and pronounced dead a short time later.
Chief Deputy Coroner Bill Yates said Williams died of natural causes and no foul play is suspect. His body, however, is ready to be released for burial and investigators have not been able to locate his relatives.
Williams is believed to have a brother living in Montgomery, but... read more
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