$10,000 Reward Offered in Deadly Wreck on I-65

Posted on: 10:43 am, December 2, 2013, by , updated on: 04:03pm, December 2, 2013

LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Alabama State Troopers are still trying to determine who rear-ended a driver in April of 2013 on Interstate 65.  The resulting crash killed the driver, George Thomas Bolden.

Now, Governor Robert Bentley and Limestone County District Attorney Brian C.T. Jones have offered a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case.


Photo of Bolden’s vehicle after the crash on April 7, 2013. (WHNT News 19)

The wreck happened on April 7, 2013 at approximately 7:15 p.m.  Bolden, 49, was driving a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee on I-65 near Ardmore when he was rear-ended by another vehicle traveling north.  As a result, Bolden’s vehicle ran off the roadway, overturned several times and hit a tree.

If you have any information about this case, please contact the Decatur State Troopers Post at (256) 353-0631 or the Limestone County District Attorney’s Office at (256) 233-6416. You could be eligible for a $10,000 reward if your information leads to an arrest.


George Bolden

Bolden’s family talked with WHNT News 19 about the hit-and-run earlier this year.

Bolden had seven children, six sisters and one brother.


  • tracey grimes says:

    my prayers are with you.i pray there will be justice for the bolden family.if huntsville city is investageting good luck .they found no justice for my son and we know who did it so yes i pray for your family to get justice

  • Madison City Girl says:

    George was the sweetest man anyone could ever want to meet. I remember this man from playing Bingo a couple of times in Decatur. He would literally give his seat up to make you you would have one. My heart goes out to the family of Mr. George Bolden. Someone out there knows information about this, please come forward. I am hoping money talks in this case. George did not deserve this at all! R.I.P. George! Praying for justice to be served in this case.I have seen some cases in Huntsville where justice has been served, so Family hang in there God will work it out and you will have ease at heart knowing justice has been served. Tracey if you knew who did it and had the proof, I do not see Huntsville City Investigators ignoring this, beyond a reasonable doubt is the question? If you know who did such a thing to your son, do not let it go and sometimes you can prove your case on your own, by not letting it go and providing FACTS to them. Sorry for your lost everyone!

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