BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Robbery in Gladden Farms
800 Block of Ann Street
Montgomery Police Department
Case Agent: Investigator M. Myrick
On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at approximately 9:20 p.m. a Montgomery resident was parked in the drive thru at a local fast food restaurant in the 800 block of Ann Street getting ready to order. Unknowingly to her, two individuals were preparing to rob her. Video released by the Montgomery Police Department captures the two suspects laughing on the other side of the restaurant before one the suspects runs to her driver’s side door and places a handgun in her face demanding that she exit her vehicle. The second suspect runs and jumps into the driver’s seat while the other gets into the rear, as he drives off leaving the victim stranded.
The vehicle was later located abandoned in the area of Ryan Street and Plum Street, a few blocks over from the restaurant.
The suspects were described as being young male adults between the ages of 17-20.
If you can identify or know the current whereabouts of these subjects, please immediately call the Police or Crime Stoppers at 215-STOP. Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward!
A man who had just been robbed took revenge on the thieves moments later by running the pair over with his car as they attempted to flee on a motorbike.
On June 26, 2017 officers responded to an armed robbery that occurred in the 3300 block of South Oates Street in Dothan, Alabama. The victim’s car was taken in the commission of the robbery. Units immediately began searching for the stolen vehicle.
Yesterday afternoon Investigators identified the suspect as 44-year-old Roger Dale Hall, of N. Oates Street. Investigators obtained a warrant for Robbery 1st degree and began actively searching for him. Hall is also wanted on escape related charges from the Houston County Community Corrections.
Last night the stolen vehicle was involved in a single vehicle accident in the Fadette, Alabama Community. A white male matching Hall’s description was seen fleeing into the woods following the accident. Geneva County Sheriff’s Office, Slocomb PD, Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Dale County Sheriff’s Office, and Dothan PD Officers searched the wooded area with assistance from the Dale County Aviation Unit. The subject was not located.
Investigators recovered the stolen vehicle and it will be processed today by Dothan PD.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Hall is urged to contact your nearest law enforcement agency or CrimeStoppers where your identity will be protected.
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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Dramatic dash-cam video shows a police officer in a Tucson suburb using his cruiser to ram an armed suspect, sending him flying in the air before the car smashes into a wall.
The man survived the Feb. 19 crash, and prosecutors cleared the officer of any wrongdoing.
The video released Tuesday and now getting attention across the U.S. comes at a time of heightened tension over the use of force by police across the country.
The man who was hit, Mario Valencia, 36, faces several felony charges, including assault on a police officer. His attorney, Michelle Cohen-Metzger, has not responded to a request for comment from The Associated Press.
Marana police Sgt. Chris Warren said Valencia robbed a convenience store in Tucson, broke into a church, invaded a home and stole a car. Valencia drove the stolen car to Marana, just north of Tucson, where he stole a rifle from a Wal-Mart.
Video from two different police cruisers shows Valencia walking down a busy business corridor with a rifle in his hands. At one point, Valencia points the rifle at himself and threatens to kill himself.
One of the dash cam videos shows an officer slowly driving behind Valencia as he shoots the rifle in the air. That officer tells others to stay back because the suspect is armed.
But within seconds, a different officer drives his patrol car at high speed and rams into Valencia, sending him flying into the air. Officers with guns drawn quickly swarm the scene.
The officer has been identified as Michael Rapiejko. Warren said Rapiejko was put on a standard administrative leave because the incident was considered use of force. The Pima County Attorney’s Office cleared Rapiejko of any wrongdoing and he is back on the force, Warren said.