The Unsolved Murder of Bobby Little



On February 05, 1998, someone entered the home of 44-year-old Bobby Little of Montgomery Alabama, and took his life by asphyxiation (they choked him). The investigators say Bobby probably knew his killer because there was no forced entry. There was a struggle between the bathroom and the bedroom that Bobby's son found him in. He was found lying crossways on his bed. Evidence showed that Bobby fought hard for his life against 1 or more assailants. Someone in Montgomery knows what happened. A man got murdered in broad daylight. Someone must have seen a vehicle at or near his mobile home between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm on that day.
 
Bobby was a hard working kind-hearted man who was taken years too soon. He was nicknamed the "second-hand man" because he would find used clothes and items and give them to needy people in his neighborhood of 10 years. Not a day goes by that he's not in our thoughts and missed dearly. It’s hard to just pick a few memories to tell his story. Bobby was a truly great man, he had a heart of gold he helped everyone and everything. He had a special kind of appreciation for life that you just don’t see these days.
 
Bobby's case has been classified as "cold" after all of these years; which basically means the investigators have pushed it aside unless anyone comes forward with new evidence or leads. BUT we still need answers. The Governor of Alabama and Crime Stoppers also have rewards for information. So if anybody knows anything please call!
 
We lost Bitsy (Bobby’s sister and my Mom) in November 2002. She  was consumed with the grief of losing her only brother and fought hard to find Bobby‘s killer.  In my heart I feel that the killer (’s) who selfishly took my Uncle’s life also took my Mom from her 6 kids, husband of 31 years, and 2 sisters.
 
I was never an eye-for-an-eye type of person but murder of a family member changes you. It is something no one can understand unless they have dealt with it personally. My Aunt tells me that God will deal with whoever is responsible. My faith tells me that this is true. But I would love for the justice system to work just one time for my family and give us the closure we need.

 
Stacey Roeten Perritt
staceyr74@aol.com
Updated 10/10/14

 

 




~~BOBBY~~

by his sister Bitsy

As I sit here and see another day go by without you in my life, I wonder why you are gone, why someone had to take your life.  I know God didn't call you home.  But Bobby, we will be strong because we know you are alright; Jesus Christ is watching over you tonight.  Maybe one day we will know why you didn't get to say goodbye or know who the person was that took you from our lives.  We miss you and love you forever Bobby!

 




REWARD

BOBBY LITTLE 
5/8/53
- 2/5/98  

 
ON FEB. 5, 1998, SOMEONE ENTERED THE HOME OF BOBBY LITTLE
ON ALAN LANE AND TOOK HIS LIFE.
THE MURDER
HAPPENED IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. 

SOMEONE MUST HAVE SEEN SOMETHING.

PLEASE COME FORWARD - BOBBY DID NOT DESERVE THIS!

PLEASE HELP US FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED AND WHY! 
THERE ARE TWO REWARDS,
PLEASE CALL!

 

Montgomery Police Department Detective Division ~ (334) 241-2831

SECRET WITNESS ~ (334) 262-4000

 

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