DEFENDANT PLEADS GUILTY TO SHOOTING HIS COUSIN

  Yesterday, Phillip Withers pled GUILTY to Assault 1st and Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle. He was sentenced to 15 years split to serve 3 years with the balance suspended 5 years informal probation. On September 28, 2016, a verbal altercation ensued between the victim, Bruce Rogers, and the defendant, Phillip Withers. Both individuals were…

CHASATIE DULBAN sentenced to 20 years.

Today, Chasatie Dulabhan pled guilty to Robbery 2nd, Burglary 2nd, Assault 2nd, and Shooting into an Occupied Dwelling with 20-year sentences to run concurrently on each offense. In 2017, the defendant and her codefendant Joseph Heathcock unlawfully entered the home of 62-year-old U.S. Marine Corps veteran, Michael Irvins. During the incident, the victim was shot…

Employee Spotlight: Kaila Williams

Every month the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office enjoys highlighting a standout employee! This month our employee spotlight is Kaila Williams. Our Youth and Family Services Director loves the fact that her career is centered around helping others. Her own personal struggles have allowed her to assess situations with first hand understanding and provided feedback…

Concerns over increased vaping in schoolchildren

E-cigarette use among schoolchildren in the USA is increasing rapidly, with unprecedented rises in the 12 months up to January, 2019. This sharp increase has not gone unnoticed by US health officials—on Dec 18, 2018, Surgeon General Jerome Adams issued a call to action highlighting the importance of “protecting children from a lifetime of nicotine…