MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Bond was denied for the third suspect in the Winn-Dixie robbery in which a Mobile police officer was shot. Ronald Crear was recently released from USA Medical Center, where he was taken for treatment following the March 2 crime .
Crear appeared in court in a wheelchair.
Crear is charged with five counts of attempted murder and one count of first degree robbery.
Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich had asked the judge for no bond, citing a lengthy juvenile record.
Several members of Crear's family were in the courtroom.
A preliminary hearing has been set for May 14 at 9 a.m.
Jackieth Harrison , 18, was arrested the night of the robbery and shooting.
Collier Kirksey , also 18, was arrested four days later. Police say Kirksey was an employee at the Winn-Dixie on Government Street. Rich says it's believed he was actually the ring leader and set the whole robbery up.
Harrison and Kirksey were also denied bond and remain in Mobile Metro Jail.
Mobile Police Officer Chad Wynne was off-duty but working another job when the robbery call came in. He, along with other Mobile police officers responded. Wynne was hit by gunfire and taken to USA Medical Center.
Wynne went through several surgeries and was released from the hospital March 14.
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