FUGITIVE FILES ARREST: 2nd suspect accused of taking victim’s car at gunpoint surrenders

Published: Mar. 7, 2023 at 1:54 PM CST|Updated: Mar. 21, 2023 at 12:42 PM CDT
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UPDATE: The second suspect in a reported robbery has turned herself in.

Nakeiva Mealer, 24, of Mobile, surrendered at the Mobile County Metro Jail Monday, according to the Mobile Police Department. Mealer is one of two women accused after another woman’s car was reportedly taken at gunpoint.

The incident occurred March 6 at a Chevron Gas Station on Zeigler Boulevard.



MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile police arrested one woman and are looking for another in connection with the reported theft of a vehicle at gunpoint.

Officers were called to the Chevron Gas Station, 5454 Zeigler Blvd., around 10 p.m. Monday regarding a robbery. According to police, the victim was on Memory Lane near Ardell Drive when she was approached by a known woman who was armed with a gun and who ordered her to get out of her vehicle. When the victim complied, another known female subject got into the vehicle and drove away, police said.

During the investigation, officers located one of the suspects and recovered the vehicle at the subject’s residence, authorities said.

Raquel Murray, 43, of Mobile, was arrested. Murray was booked into the Mobile County Metro Jail Tuesday morning on a charge of first-degree robbery. She has a bond hearing on Thursday.

Raquel Murray
Raquel Murray(Mobile County Metro Jail)