The suspect charged with intentional murder in a shooting in Baldwin County that killed three people was denied bond Monday under Aniah’s Law.

Tyquan French, 19, of Bay Minette, was already on probation for the charge of shooting into an occupied building at the time of the shooting.

Court documents showed that a witness saw French allegedly shoot at Christian Bradley three times during the May Day event. It happened in the Stockton community of Baldwin County on May 11. Bradley was one of three killed. New information shows 16 others were injured.

Prosecutors presented evidence, saying French admitted to the shooting and said he “just lost it” when he shot Bradley.

Around 1,000 people were at the event.

French is being held in jail without bond because the judge in the case concluded he poses a threat to the public.

Robert G. Brown, 24, of Mobile, was charged with first-degree assault related to the shooting.

May Day shooting mugs. Tyquan French (left)/Mobile County Sheriff's Office and Robert Brown (right)/Baldwin County Jail. Alabama News
Tyquan French (left)/Mobile County Sheriff's Office and Robert Brown (right)/Baldwin County Jail.

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating and more arrests are possible.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office at 251-972- 8589.

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