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Busy in Baldwin County


Our Baldwin County Office has been really busy over the last couple of weeks. Below are just a few of the big cases they have been working on.


Garyuntae Ivey, Netobia Williams, Devion Boyd and T’Andre Alexander were charged with the murder and aggravated assault of Javon Jackson and the aggravated assault of Jeremiah Collins that occurred on November 9, 2021, in the Southwoods Mobile Home Park. The shooting was an act of retaliation by the defendants toward Jackson’s brother for a stolen gun. The defendants, knowing that Jackson’s brother was not at the mobile home park, showed up and began shooting at Jackson, hitting him five times and killing him. One of the dozens of bullets grazed Jeremiah Collins. Williams, one of the shooters, pled guilty to Malice Murder and received a sentence of Life with the Possibility of Parole. Boyd, an accomplice, pled guilty to Aggravated Assault and received a sentence of 20 years probation with the first 12 years to be served in prison. Alexander, the driver, pled guilty to Aggravated Assault and received a sentence of 20 years probation with the first 5 years served in prison. Ivey, another shooter, went to trial and was convicted of two counts of Aggravated Assault and was sentenced to 40 years in prison on August 21, 2023. This case was prosecuted by Nancy Scott Moskaly and Sydney E. Segers.



Trey Ramage was charged with several counts of Homicide by Vehicle – 1st Degree and underlying misdemeanors after crossing the center turn lane on 441, hitting and killing Kelly Butler. Ramage admitted to his probation officers a few days later that he had done cocaine and methamphetamine in the days before the crash. On September 1, 2023, Ramage pled guilty to Homicide by Vehicle – 1st Degree and DUI (Less Safe) and received a sentence of 15 years with the first 10 to be served in prison. Due to his prior criminal history, Ramage was sentenced as a recidivist and will not be eligible for parole. This case was prosecuted by Sydney E. Segers and Tammy Coffey.



Jermel Ford was charged with two counts of Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Battery, Criminal Damage to Property, Cruelty to Children – 3rd Degree, Obstruction of an Officer, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon for his actions towards his ex-girlfriend on May 13, 2022. His reign of terror began at 3:00 that morning, when he broke into her house, beat her, damaged her home, and smashed her cell phone. At 9:00 that morning, Ford came back to the home and threw a liquor bottle through her bedroom window. Just before 6:00 that night, Ford attempted to follow his ex-girlfriend home, at which point she called law enforcement. Officers responded to her home and found Ford parked down the street, where he attempted to run from officers. A gun was located in the woods behind the house Ford ran behind. Ford went to trial and was found guilty of one count of Burglary, Aggravated Battery, and several misdemeanors and was sentenced to 40 years probation with the first 20 years to be served in prison on September 6, 2023. Due to his criminal history, Ford was sentenced as a recidivist and will not be eligible for parole. This case was prosecuted by Sydney E. Segers and Tammy Coffey.


We are extremely proud of the work our prosecutors. Their work shows our continued commitment to holding career criminals accountable and keeping our community safe.


Have a great weekend!

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