Bond for teenage suspect in football game shooting set at $540K

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UPDATE (12:45 p.m.):

The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office released an updated amount for 17-year-old Deangelo Parnell’s bond. The DA’s office says Parnell was granted $60,000 bond for each of the 9 counts of attempted murder. The total bond equals $540,000.

ORIGINAL REPORT:

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office says a judge granted 17-year-old Deangelo Parnell $60,000 bond. Parnell was charged with 9 counts of attempted murder over the weekend following a mass shooting at Ladd Peebles Stadium Friday night after a high school football game.

The DA’s office says it asked for a higher bond but did not get one. The bond will have no cash component and contains a condition of the bonds being in home confinement at all times, no weapons of any kind to be possessed by the Parnell at any time. Parnell cannot have contact with the victims or their families in any way, including no social media activity of any kind. He will also have electronic monitoring.

The DA’s office says prior to release on bond, a second hearing must be held with the judge assigned to the case to set movement parameters while subject to the electronic monitoring.

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