FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 10, 2023
MOBILE, Alabama – The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office has filed an Aniah’s Law Motion on John McCarroll Jr., this morning in Circuit Court for his alleged involvement in the shootings that took place at Bank Nightlife in September 2022 and Paparazzi in November 2022.
At a bond hearing this morning, McCarroll was denied bond until his Aniah’s Law hearing on Wednesday, March 15.
“Our job is to pursue justice and hold those accountable for the crimes they commit to keep our communities the safest they can be. To that end, we will ask that McCarroll be held in jail until trial under Aniah’s Law,” says District Attorney Keith Blackwood.
This motion requesting that McCarroll remain locked up until trial is the third Aniah’s Law motion filed by the Mobile County District Attorney’s office since the law passed in November 2022. Darrius Rowser and Thomas Thomas Jr are currently being held with no bond under Aniah’s Law.