Mobile County Investigation into Alex Crow Actions: and Return Archdiocese Emphasizes Removal from Ministry

Mobile County Investigation into Alex Crow Actions: The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office issued a statement on the investigation into Alex Crow’s actions Prompted by the Archdiocese of Mobile, the office probed the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of an eighteen-year-old McGill-Toolen High School graduate and a 30-year-old Priest.

Interviewing over 30 witnesses and reviewing numerous documents, the office sought answers. The young lady and Priest eventually returned. Despite efforts to subpoena the young lady, who appeared in good health, she declined to answer questions with her attorney present. Without sufficient admissible evidence, the investigation is currently closed.

The Archdiocese, relieved by their return, emphasizes that Alex Crow has been removed from ministry, and his priestly faculties suspended. Crow is not allowed to exercise any ministry or present himself as a priest. While his behavior is considered scandalous, the Archdiocese has no information indicating criminal activity. They pledge full cooperation with ongoing law enforcement investigations. 

In a separate development, disgraced priest Alex Crow, who ran off to Italy with a teenage girl, has returned to Mobile County. Accused of grooming a McGill-Toolen High School graduate, he left a letter with the Archdiocese before departing. The Archdiocese, though unaware of his return, emphasizes his removal from ministry and encourages reporting any unauthorized activities.

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