UPDATE (6/7/2020 4:08 p.m.) — Mobile Police say 20-year-old Trenteon King was arrested Friday, July 3rd while out on bond for murder and robbery.
MPD says around 10:30 a.m., police responded to Bay Oaks Apartments for a shooting.
The victims on scene told police they were driving near Michigan Street and Duval Street when a vehicle followed them and a subject stood up through the sunroof and began shooting toward the vehicle.
The vehicle was struck several times and one of the passengers was struck by a bullet in the leg. He was transported to the hospital.
The suspect, Trenteon King was later located and arrested
UPDATE: (6/7/2020) A bond hearing was held today and bond was set at $52,000 according to DA Ashley Rich over the state’s objection.
Even if he can make bond, officials say he will be held until a bond revocation hearing.
Rich said the state argues, given his prior charges, King is a potential danger to the community and should stay behind bars.
Rich said a motion to revoke King’s bond in January was denied because the victim in the recent robbery case recanted his statement.
The DA said a grand jury still indicted King on the charge and a bond was set in that case which he met.
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — A young man awaiting trial in a 2016 murder case is arrested and booked into Mobile Metro Jail for the second time this year. Jail records show Trenteon King was booked into Mobile Metro Jail Friday. He was charged with 3rd-degree assault and shooting into a building or vehicle. King is still behind jail as of this morning.
King was arrested in 2016 and charged with the murder of D’Anthony Means. In December of last year a warrant was issued for King’s arrest. He was accused of armed robbery and booked into Mobile Metro Jail in January of 2020. Jail records show he was released from jail in February.
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