MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) - All four people accused of killing Kyser Miree during a robberyattempt were in court Tuesday.
Dressed in Metro Jail uniforms, Judge George Hardesty deniedbond to Jamal Lang, Bo Taylor, Michael Lee and Earnest Wiggins.
Twenty-three-year-old Miree was shot in the head during arobbery attempt at his Macy Place home on April 16.
Mobile Police Chief Tyrone Williams said the incident was arandom act of violence and that the four suspects were out "lookingfor someone to rob."
Chief Williams said hard work by his police officers crackedthis case.
The District's Attorney's office said between the four suspectstheir criminal records are lengthy.
"One of these young men has three current pending felony casesin this court all in grand jury awaiting action. Three of the fourextensive records at youth center not first time around thecorral," said John Tyson,Jr., Mobile County District Attorney.
Nineteen-year-old Michael Lee has the three felony arrest forpossession of a controlled susbtance and possession ofmarijuana.
Tyson said Lee, Bo Taylor (18) and Jamal Lang (20) have ajuvenile record that includes assault and burglary charges.
The district attorney's office said it's because of theircriminal history and the nature of this crime that it asked JudgeGeorge Hardesty for no bond.
Lee's attorney, Jim Byrd argued he didn't hear any evidence incourt that was overwhelming or impressive.
"My client has history that they mentioned in there, that onlygoes to issue of amount of bond, not whether he's entitled to abond," said Byrd.
Judge Hardesty denied bond and the four capitol murder suspectswill remain behind bars.
The four suspects are scheduled to appear back in court Monday,August 2, for arraignment and a bond review before Judge MichaelMcMaken
If they are convicted, the suspects could face the deathpenalty.
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