UPDATE (11/4/21): The DA’s office has upgraded the charges against Christin Edwards to four counts of attempted murder.
Christin Edwards is now out on bond. As a condition of her release, she must be home by 8 p.m.
UPDATE (5:12 p.m. 11/3/21): Mobile police say Christin Edwards has been arrested. Edwards is charged with four counts of second-degree assault and one count of discharging a firearm into an unoccupied vehicle.
Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine told WKRG, “We had the warrants signed today and we determined her whereabouts and investigators went out there and had her arrested.” He said Edwards was arrested somewhere on Sperry Road, but declined to give an exact address. Chief Prine said, “The investigators have been spending all their time today trying to find her whereabouts.”
UPDATE (4:28 p.m. 11/3/21): Mobile police have identified the suspect in the bowling alley shooting that injured four people as 22-year-old Christin Edwards.
Edwards is a murder suspect who has been out of jail on bond. She is one of two suspects charged in the shooting death of a 17-year-old on Rickarby Street in 2019. Edwards is scheduled to go on trial for that crime in February.
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A shooter began firing inside a Mobile bowling alley Tuesday night, and when their target fled outside, the shooter followed, firing as they went.
Mobile Police said in a news release that four people were shot in the incident.
Police responded to a shots fired called to the AMF Bowling Company (4120 Government Blvd.) at 10:45 Tuesday night, where they found two women and two men with gunshot wounds.
During the investigation, police determined there was a fight between “an unknown female suspect” and at least one of the people shot.
Police said during the fight, the suspect pulled out a gun and fired at one of the male victims inside the bowling alley. The victim fled outside the bowling alley, and the suspect followed, still firing.
Three gunshot victims were taken to a hospital with what police called “non-life-threatening injuries.” A fourth victim was taken by private vehicle to a hospital, also with “non-life-threatening injuries.”