Officials with Roanoke City Schools changed plans for graduation Thursday after receiving information of threats of gang activity.
Five of the six suspects in a deadly shooting at a Sweet 16 party are now facing additional charges.
The three adults charged in the shooting deaths of four people at a Sweet 16 party in Dadeville have been denied bond based on Aniah’s Law.
Details emerged in court this week in the shooting death of four young people at a Sweet 16 birthday party in Dadeville on April 15. Six people were charged with four counts of reckless murder. The three adults and three juveniles were all charged as adults.
There has been “widespread sensationalized and inflammatory speculation” surrounding the Dadeville Sweet 16 party shooting, according to an attorney for one of the suspects.
The latest arrest in a Sweet 16 birthday party in Dadeville was that of a 15-year-old from Tuskegee. This sixth arrest was made Thursday evening but the name of the suspect is not being released due to age.
Saturday evening started out as a normal shift with Tallapoosa EMS for Alicia Morgan and her son Walker Kelley. But the two couldn’t have imagined what would happen and how many lives in the small town of Dadeville would be changed forever, including their own.
In a Wednesday Facebook post, Booker T. Washington head football coach Lawrence O'Neal reacted to learning one of his football players had been arrested in connection to the April 15 deadly shooting in Dadeville.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) made a fourth arrest Thursday in connection to the April 15 deadly shooting in Dadeville.
It’s not supposed to happen here. It’s not supposed to happen anywhere. And it’s definitely not supposed to occur in our own backyard.
Officials announced Wednesday morning that two people were arrested in connection to a deadly Sweet 16 birthday party in Dadeville.
State Sen. Jay Hovey (R-Auburn) said on Tuesday that “people are going to try to politicize” the Dadeville shooting, but “we’re never going to be able to legislate morality.”
Investigators in the case of a April 15 shooting that killed four people and injured 32 at a Sweet 16 birthday party in Dadeville continue to refuse to release any information on suspects.
State Rep. Ed Oliver (R-Dadeville) said he and other community members are patiently waiting for information about a deadly shooting that claimed four lives and injured 28 people over the weekend.
While many key details surrounding the fatal shooting in Dadeville on Saturday have yet to be released, President Joe Biden and others have wasted no time in seizing the moment to push for more gun control.
"This morning, I grieve with the people of Dadeville and my fellow Alabamians,” Gov. Kay Ivey said in a statement. “Violent crime has NO place in our state, and we are staying closely updated by law enforcement as details emerge.”
None of the multiple agencies that responded to the shooting has let the community know if there is a mass shooter on the loose and if the community is in danger.
According to various reports, a Sweet 16 birthday party turned deadly in Dadeville late Saturday.