Birmingham PD: No criminal charges filed after man dies following bar altercation

Birmingham PD: No criminal charges filed after man dies following bar altercation
Birmingham's 5 Points South community grieving the loss of beloved bartender Kim Paul "Kimbo" Walker found dead in his home Thursday as police search for suspects in what they're calling a murder investigation. (Source: The Upsidedown Plaza)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The Jefferson County District Attorney’s office ruled that no criminal charges will be filed after a man died following an altercation at a Birmingham bar.

63-year-old Kim Paul Walker was found dead in his home around 6:45 p.m. November 7.

Authorities say around 2 a.m. that morning, Walker suffered a head injury during an altercation that occurred while helping co-workers escort unruly patrons from a bar.

Walker’s body was discovered later that evening during a welfare check, after co-workers notified police they were concerned about his well-being.

Based on information presented by the Birmingham Police Department, The Jefferson County DA’s office determined that the subject involved in the altercation did not willfully and knowling injure the victim.

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