Bond Hearing for Suspects who Killed Elderly Man

Bond Hearing for Suspects who Killed Elderly Man

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Three people charged in the beating, stabbing and robbery of an elderly Chickasaw man were in court on new charges of capital murder.

D'Angelo Smith, Yasmin Munnerlyn and Carlos Nottingham were denied bond by Mobile District Court Judge George Hardesty.  The case will now go to Mobile County Circuit Court and Judge Michael Youngpeter.  The three will again face another bond hearing, and be formally charged with capital murder in the death of 86 year old Carol Jordan.

The Chickasaw man died from his injuries this past Saturday at USA Medical Center.  He was attacked in his home on January 27th.  Police say the three also stole his flat screen TV.

All of the three suspects have been in jail or in court before.  Munnerlyn was charged with domestic violence, 3rd degree, in June 2013.
Smith faced an assault charge in July 2013, a robbery 3rd degree charge in August 2013, and a charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle in October of 2013.  The assault charge against Smith was dropped, the robber charge was sent to a grand jury.

Nottingham actually served time in prison.  According to the Alabama Department of Corrections, he was released December 23, 2013 after serving two years of a ten year sentence after being convicted of 1st degree robbery.  The attack on Jordan happened a little more than a month later.
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