A Tallapoosa judge ordered the case of the 15-year-old charged in the Dadeville Sweet 16 shooting to be moved from Juvenile Court to adult court for criminal prosecution.
The attorney representing one of the suspects in the Dadeville Sweet 16 shooting claimed her client should have been given a bond because Aniah’s Law is unconstitutional.
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.
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.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) said the number of those injured in a shooting at a Sweet 16 birthday party in Dadeville has increased to 32.