MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — The man Mobile police believe critically wounded three convenience store workers during a bold July robbery turned down his chance for bond today.
The attorney for Emanuel “Man Man” McAlpine says they’ll address that issue after his arraignment, set for Monday.
Defense attorney Chase Dearman say’s McAlpine will plead not guilty at that arraignment, when we may hear more details about what happened the night of July 31st at the Chevron station on Emogene Street.
McAlpine is charged with three counts of attempted murder and first degree robbery.
Security camera video of the triple shooting shocked the city, sending local law enforcement on a manhunt that lead them to a house in Dixon Mills, two hours north of Mobile.
While no one died, the DA’s murder team will prosecute the case.
Wednesday, US Marshals and a Mobile County Sheriff’s k-9 unit found McAlpine hiding in that house inside a special built concealed compartment in a closet.
At the time of the Chevron shooting McAlpine was out on bond for an assault charge.
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