Slain Truck Driver’s Family Needs Your Help

Truck Driver Death Charity Drive

Slain Driver's Family Seeking Assistance In the early morning hours of Friday, May 4, 2012, in Stockton, California, Alexander Bell and his family were headed to drop off Bell at this truck.

As the family pulled into the lot, Bell noticed another semi parked next to his truck and noticed that a man was siphoning fuel from his truck.

Bell confronted the man who then jumped into his day cab and tried to flee.

Angered, Bell jumped on the side of the suspect’s truck as it was driving away.

Bell’s wife and two children went to follow the truck.  A block or so away, Bell’s wife found him lying in the street.  He had been ran over by the truck.

Bell was taken to the hospital where he died as a result of the serious trauma.

Slain Driver's Family Needs Your Help
Police believe this is the suspect vehicle. If you recognize this truck, you are asked to call the Stockton, California Police Department at (209) 937-8377.

Bell had no life insurance.  The Bell family are asking for financial assistance, as well as help locating the suspect.

Taken from the Remember Alexander Bell website:

Alex Bell was killed May 4, 2012 in Stockton, CA in a tragic, senseless accident. He was only 38 years old and leaves behind his wife, children and many grieving family and friends.

Alex worked many years as a logistics coordinator in the transportation industry. Alex loved spending his time enjoying the outdoors with his family. He loved camping, fishing, and kayaking with his wife and boys.

He enjoyed volunteering his time to coach his son’s football team.Alex also enjoyed helping the people around him and sharing his humorous personality, laughter, and smiles with everyone he touched. He always made it a point to share the importance of family values and raising his family to form a foundation that was filled with so much love which others looked up to.

“He was the best husband & father. He would help anybody. “Alex died and had no life insurance and Kari is unemployed at this time. Kari, Elijah, and Isaiah have a long tough road ahead of them, Kari losing her loving husband of 13 years and the boys a father who dedicated his life to them.

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If you would like to make a donation to help Kari and the boys, so they can concentrate on learning to live without Alex and not have to worry about the financial stress that his death will surely cause, please click on the donate button.You can also make your donation at Chase Bank, account holder name: Kari Webb, Account #3094308993.

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