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Teen accused of shooting Mobile Police Officer pleads not guilty to attempted murder

Update Wednesday 9:45 am

Dajoune Dubose has pleaded not guilty to the attempted murder of a Mobile Police Officer. A preliminary hearing for the case has been set for December 12.

Update Tuesday 10:00 am

Bond has been granted for Dajoune Dubose, the teen accused of shooting a Mobile Police Officer. A judge set bond at $507,500 for Dubose. $500,000 of that is for the attempted murder charge and $15,000 of that must be paid in cash. The judge set bond at $7,500 on the receiving stolen property charge.

In court Tuesday, prosecutors voiced concern for public safety and said they are afraid Dubose could be a flight risk.

 

Original Story Tuesday 9:10 am

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - 18-year old Dajoune Dubose is expected to appear before a judge Tuesday morning for a bond hearing. Dubose is accused of shooting a Mobile Police Corporal Ben Towarnyckyj in the arm on Friday night. He was captured after a 3-hour manhunt.

 


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