Police today arrested Terry Rawls, one of the men accused in the mob-beating of a man in the city’s Pleasant Valley community.
Rawls, 44, declined to comment as police led him to a squad car to take him to Mobile County Metro Jail on a first-degree assault charge.
Mobile police spokesman Cpl. Christopher Levy said authorities made contact with Rawls Tuesday night and that he turned himself in today. Levy said 2 to 3 additional arrests are possible. Chad Tucker, a spokesman for the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office, said no additional warrants have been issued.
Rawls has a lengthy criminal history, including a previous conviction for first-degree assault, according to court records.
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