Update: Russell County Deputy Coroner Lawanda Davis said the man struck and killed by a vehicle on Third Avenue was 51-year-old Barry Noel Argo from Salem, Ala. He was pronounced dead on the scene at 11:27 p.m. Sunday, she added.
According to reports, authorities were called to the Third Avenue residence four other times within the last week.
Police were called to a reported domestic violence incident at that residence around 10:07 p.m. July 14.
According to the Alabama Trial Court System's website, Argo was arrested that day and charged with two counts of third-degree domestic violence. One charge was related to criminal mischief and the other was due to harassment, officials said on the website.
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Argo was eventually released on bonds totaling $800, court officials added.
Around 11:17 a.m. Friday, police were called to the Third Avenue dwelling in reference to an incident related to property damage. Less than 12 hours later, police received another call reporting harassment at the home.
Authorities were also called to the house around 6:44 p.m. Sunday in reference to disorderly conduct.
Original Story: Phenix City Police Capt. Frank Ivey said authorities are investigating a Sunday night death in the 2800 block of Third Avenue.
Police said they were called to the scene around 7:48 p.m. in reference to a domestic disturbance. When officials arrived to the area, they learned that one of the individuals involved in the dispute was hit and killed by a vehicle, Ivey said.
Police declined to release the deceased's name, because next of kin have not been notified.
"Right now, no determination has been made as to whether or not it was a vehicle homicide or a vehicle accident or what," Ivey said. "We're just investigating it to see exactly what we have."
Police have not made any arrests in the case.
Ivey declined to release the name of the other person involved in the domestic dispute. He also declined to say whether that person was the driver in the fatal wreck.
Stay with the Ledger for more on this developing story.