Point Woronzof double-murder suspect arraigned

Published: Dec. 17, 2016 at 10:23 AM AKST
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Jamal Hall had his arraignment in Superior court on Monday.

A judge kept his bail at $1,000,000 cash appearance.

His trial is set for April of 2017.


The man accused of killing two teenagers at Point Woronzof in Jan. appeared before a judge on Saturday.

Wearing the yellow attire of a prisoner in the Anchorage Correctional Complex, Jamal Hall, 21, had his arraignment scheduled for Monday.

Anchorage police said, Hall was arrested early Saturday morning without incident. Law enforcement had been actively searching for him since last Monday when he was indicted by a grand jury as the suspected killer in an unsolved double homicide.

Two additional people were arrested on Saturday, who police said were "actively helping him evade capture." Devonte Wyche, 23, and Katelyn Moon, 18, were booked into the Anchorage jail and charged with hindering prosecution.

Court records show Hall is charged with two counts of first and second degree murder for the deaths of Selena Annette Mullenax, 19, and Foriegnne Aubert-Morissette, 20.

Mullenax and Aubert-Morissette were found dead in the early morning hours of Jan. 28th at Point Woronzof.

Hall has also been charged for the robbery of the Walgreens pharmacy on Northern Lights Blvd. on Nov. 26.