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Third suspect arrested for firing mobile at self-checkout line at Walmart

Third suspect arrested for firing mobile at self-checkout line at Walmart

Mobile police have arrested a third and final suspect who is alleged to have been involved in a shooting at a Walmart self-checkout line that injured two people.

Jimouris Pierce, 19, was arrested Thursday in connection with the Dec. 27 shooting at the Walmart at 101 E. I-65 Service Road South, said Cpl. Katrina Frazier.

On December 29, 18-year-old Carmelo Denks was charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault and reckless endangerment, while 19-year-old Darius Rover was charged earlier this month.

Police said that at around 8:30 pm on December 27, when one was entering the store while the other was in the checkout area, the two groups met and shots were fired. Two people were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

According to police, Rover is also a suspect in a December 16 domestic assault in which three men forced their way into a home in the 2000 block of Duke Avenue. The three attacked one victim, opened fire on another as he fled and stole property.

Additionally, police say, Roswer will be charged with a shooting that occurred on the morning of Saturday, November 26, at the Paparazzi Club, a downtown venue on Dauphin Street. In this case, four people were injured due to firing. Another suspect, 28-year-old John McCarroll, has been charged with assault in that case.

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