"Critterman" murder suspect arrested for murder of nightclub owner | Crime
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Montgomery Police Department has arrested a Montgomery man in connection with last year's fatal stabbing of a local night club owner - but they didn't have to look far. The suspect was already behind bars in connection with the murder of the "Critterman."
MPD charged 19-year-old Kindall Riley with capital murder in connection with the stabbing death of 36-year-old Antonio Glanton. Glanton's body was discovered November 8, 2010 inside the nightclub he owned on the East South Boulevard - Club Envy.
Authorities didn't much trouble tracking down Riley once he was officially made a suspect, he was already in custody as the fourth person of interest in the January 2011 murder of Ralph "Critterman" McNeil. Riley has been behind bars since April 13.
McNeil was found stabbed to death on the ground 35 feet from his Toyota Tacoma that had been set on fire around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday January 18. Police were responding a call of shots fired when they found McNeil and his car.
Police Chief Kevin Murphy praised the work of MPD personnel and said, “Their commitment to justice for every victim is absolute. At the end of the day, it’s about driving down crime and keeping our community safe.”