IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WJMN) – On Friday, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency released the following press release about Caleb Anderson from Iron County, the suspect in a Green Bay, Wisconsin homicide and on Tuesday and the assault of a Gaastra woman on Monday.

On Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the request of Flomaton Police Chief Chance Thompson, Special Agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) launched a homicide investigation into the death of Dwight Dixon, 52, of Flomaton. Dixon was found deceased when officers from the Flomaton Police Department responded to an emergency call on Dixon Road, in Flomaton. ALEA Special Agents successfully utilized a variety of resources as well as investigative methods, which enabled them to identify the suspect as 23-year-old Caleb Scott Anderson, of Michigan. Anderson is also wanted by officers with the Green Bay Police Department in connection to a separate homicide which was reported in Green Bay, Wis. on Aug. 2.

On Wednesday, Aug. 3, Intelligence Analysts within ALEA’s Fusion Center (AFC) received information and created a statewide law enforcement bulletin on behalf of the Green Bay Police Department and the United States Marshals (USMS) Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force of a possible murder suspect traveling in Alabama. Once the bulletin was released, Intelligence Analysts quickly began receiving tips from local police departments which assisted ALEA Special Agents in identifying Anderson as the suspect and led to the discovery of evidence which linked him to murders in both states. Anderson was located while operating a stolen vehicle and was arrested by the USMS Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force and officers with the
Helena Police Department in the afternoon of Wednesday, Aug. 3, in Helena. Anderson is currently being charged with Murder and First-Degree Burglary and is being held in the Shelby County Jail without bond.

“I would like to commend all of ALEA’s Special Agents, Troopers and the AFC’s Intelligence Analysts who worked tirelessly along with our local, state and federal partners to quickly identify the suspect and assist in locating him for apprehension,” said SBI Director Chris Inabinett. “This is a true testament to the hard work, dedication and ALEA’s consolidated law enforcement services that our investigators and analysts conduct on a daily basis to assist law enforcement agencies around the state and to help bring justice for the victims and their families of such heinous crimes.”

Nothing further is available as the investigation is ongoing. Once complete, the findings will be
turned over to the Escambia County District Attorney’s Office.


One man is being held in custody in Alabama on homicide and arson charges. This is the same suspect wanted from a homicide in Green Bay on Tuesday and the assault of a Gaastra woman on Monday.

Caleb Anderson was taken into custody on Wednesday. Plans to extradite Anderson to Wisconsin are on hold while authorities there are working on separate charges.

We have been directed to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency as the lead in the investigation. We are waiting on additional details from them.

Update from Wednesday:

A homicide suspect from the Upper Peninsula has been taken into custody according to Green Bay Police.

Authorities say Caleb Anderson and the victim’s stolen vehicle were found in Alabama.

This isn’t the only incident Anderson is a suspect of, he is also a suspect in an assault case that happened on Monday morning in Gaastra in Iron County.

Original story is below:

A homicide suspect who is wanted from the Green Bay, Wisconsin area is believed to possibly be in the Upper Peninsula according to Michigan State Police (MSP).

According to MSP, troopers from the post in Iron Mountain are working with the Green Bay Police Department in an on-going homicide investigation.

Authorities believe the suspect may have stolen the victim’s vehicle and driven to the Upper Peninsula.

The vehicle is a dark blue, 2013 Ford Fiesta with Wisconsin Plates: 207-HUH

On Wednesday, the Green Bay Police Department released additional information and photos related to the investigation.

According to police, the victim’s car was spotted in the Packerland Drive area around the time of death. Investigators believe a person named Caleb Anderson was seen driving the car. Anderson was last known to be in the area of Greenville, Alabama. Investigators are talking with officials there and are looking for the vehicle. Authorities have identified the suspect, Caleb Anderson as being from Iron County, Michigan

Authorities believe the suspect to be armed and dangerous. If you have seen the vehicle, contact the Iron Mountain Post at 906-774-2122 or 911.

The Green Bay Police Department (GBPD) have provided an update on the incident. According to police, officers were called to a home at 1320 Packerland Dr. at 8:29 Tuesday morning for a welfare check and found a person who had died. Officers and Detectives determined the death was suspicious. Investigators will be at the scene of where the body was found for an extended period of time to gather information.

Along with contacting MSP, you can also contact the Green Bay Police Department at 920 448-3200.  

You can anonymously contact the Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers by calling (920) 432-7867, or online at or throught he P3 app.