The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office Recognizes National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 19 – 25, 2020.

  In recognition of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, District Attorney Ashley Rich announces that this upcoming week is generally marked with activities in individual communities across the state and nation. However, considering the national health crisis and Alabama Governor Kay Ivey’s request of all Alabamians to “social distance,” most community events have been canceled.…

Stephen King sentenced to LIFE without parole.

In 2015, Steven King entered a residence in Theodore, AL and demanded money. King then proceeded to kidnap the victim and her three young children at gunpoint. Shortly after the kidnapping, all three children were released in Prichard. Officers tracked the victim’s cell phone and located the victim and the defendant in an abandoned house.…

Former Creola Chief of Police and Former city Clerk Charged with Theft 1st and Use of Public Office for Personal Gain

In July of 2019, Creola Mayor William Criswell met with the Mobile County District Attorney’sOffice with concerns over potential over-payments received by former City Clerk Kim Green and former Chief of Police Jerry Taylor. Our office subsequently proceeded to launch a formal investigation. The investigation revealed that both Green and Taylor received numerous unexplained checks…

Fighting Employee Theft and Bad Checks

Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich gives the host of Cheers to Business Karen & guest co-host Michelle Crowe some tricks to protect your business from being ripped off from employee theft & bad checks. Click on the link below to learn how to be proactive, not reactive, when guarding your business against these common and…