UDPATE 4/23 Tommy Goleman blew a kiss at Assistant D.A. Jennifer Wright during a Tuesday morning court hearing and was shoved out the door by a bailiff. Goleman was denied bond until a later court date. Police say he fired shots officers Thursday night then led them on a manhunt that last well into Friday afternoon. He’s charged with attempted murder.
UPDATE 1:33 p.m.
Mobile Police tell News 5 32-year-old Tommy Goleman has been arrested near Bonefish Grill on Airport Blvd. News 5 is working to find out more information.
UPDATE 12:41 p.m.
Mobile Police say homeowners should lock their homes and call 911 immediately if they see anything suspicious. They say the suspect, 32-year-old Tommy Goleman, was last seen wearing a long sleeve black t-shirt and blue pants or blue jeans in the west Mobile neighborhood near Girby Road. Police believe Goleman has a significant injury around his eye.
Police are telling everyone in the area to protect themselves.
Police are getting help from the Coast Guard with an aerial search.
UPDATE 11:05 am
Mobile Police say the Tommy Goleman, the suspect police believe shot at Police on Thursday night, is considered armed and dangerous.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating 32-year-old Goleman. Police responded to Pronto Pawn at 4073 Government Boulevard in reference to a suspect at the location wanted on multiple arrest warrants. Upon arrival, officers spotted a black vehicle being driven by Tommy Goleman. Officer activated the blues and sirens and attempted to pull the vehicle over. Goleman sped off leading officers on a chase. Officers pursued the vehicle to the area of Holden Drive at Oak Ridge Avenue where he pulled into a driveway. Goleman and the front seat passenger both exited the vehicle. Goleman fired multiple gunshots at officers as he exited and fled. Officers returned fired and no one was injured. The passenger, identified as 32-year-old Antonio Nettles, was arrested as a short time later.
Police say, Goleman has active arrest warrants out of Baldwin County S.O. for Probation Violation, Escape 1st. Goleman is also wanted out of Bayou la Batre for Theft of Property 3rd and he also has an Inmate Advisor for Burglary 3rd.
Police are asking the public in the area of Knollwood Drive, Girby Road, Lloyds Lane, Hill Crest Road, Nevis Road and other surrounding areas to be on the lookout for Goleman.
Goleman should be considered armed and very dangerous. If Goleman is spotted call immediately (251)208-7211.
UPDATE 9:34 am
Public Safety Director James Barber tell News 5 Police are continuing their search for the other suspect, Tommy Goleman, on Blue Ridge Drive. Police believe Goleman shot at police Thursday night.