Drive-by Shooting Suspects May Face Harsher Sentences Under New Alabama Gang Violence Law

Suspects in drive-by shootings may face harsher sentences under Alabama’s new gang violence law

Tyrone Williams and Ariel Curry, the suspects in a drive-by shooting, could face heavier jail sentences under a new Alabama law aimed at gang violence. Minimum sentences for gang-related crimes are mandated by law and cannot be modified or suspended. The suspects are accused of murdering Cailee Knight, 9, in a gang-related shooting.

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