Former Police Detective Sentenced For Fatally Shooting Woman She Caught With Her Boyfriend

Photo Credit: Jefferson County Jail BPD Detective Alfreda Parker

A former Birmingham police detective will be spending the rest of her life behind bars after being convicted of killing a woman who had a romantic relationship with her longtime boyfriend, per Fox News.

A judge sentenced Alfreda Fluker on Monday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of 43-year-old Kanisha Nicole Fuller and the attempted murder of Mario Theodore White, who was Fluker’s police partner and boyfriend at the time. 

According to court records obtained by, back in 2020 Fluker had caught Fuller and White together in White’s unmarked police vehicle and began to empty her service weapon into the vehicle killing Fuller and injuring White. Fluker was taken off the Birmingham Police Department and convicted of capital murder in November. 

Fluker was a 15-year veteran at the department. She had been dating White for several years and the two reportedly lived together since 2016. 

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