List of Birmingham homicides in 1914
This is a List of Birmingham homicides in 1914. It includes homicide cases occurring within the city limits during the calendar year. Note that not all homicides are ultimately ruled to be murder in courts of law.
Birmingham had ___ homicides in 1914.
- March 17: James Benetos, 32, partner with his brother in a grocery store at 36th Street and 10th Avenue North, died from gunshot wounds suffered in a March 10 dispute with Luby Stevens, a driver for the Excelsior Bakery, over 25 cents in change. Stevens recovered from the gunshot wounds he received in return. He was tried for capital murder, but witnesses could not agree on who shot first.
- Birmingham News reports accessed via Newspapers.com