CrimeStoppers: Montgomery Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect

The Montgomery Police Department has notified CrimeStoppers of a bank robbery that occurred on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at approximately 10:00 a.m.  No injuries were reported.  The suspect is still at large.

The suspect is described as a black male wearing a red shirt, red hat, and clear glasses.  The suspect entered the business and handed the clerk a note.

No other information was released.

If you have any information regarding the identity or whereabouts of this subject, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.  

You may also use CrimeStoppers 800 number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward of up to $5,000.00!

Tony A. Garrett

Executive Director

507 Cloverdale Road, Suite 101

Montgomery, AL 36106-1878

Direct: 334-777-8116

Call Center: 334-215-7867

                      1-833-AL1-STOP

MPD Charges Suspect in January Homicide

MONTGOMERY —The Montgomery Police Department has arrested a suspect in the January shooting death of Tametrius Richards, 25, of Montgomery.

MPD charged Anthony Stoddard, 26, of Montgomery with murder. Stoddard was taken into custody today by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force and placed in the Montgomery County Detention Facility.

On Friday, Jan. 17, at about 9:15 p.m., MPD and Fire Medics responded to the 4200 block of Mobile Highway in reference to a subject shot. At the scene, they located Richards who had sustained a life-threatening gunshot wound and was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

MPD’s investigation indicates that the shooting stemmed from a verbal altercation that escalated. Further investigation identified Stoddard as the suspect. No additional information is available for release in connection to this continuing investigation.

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty

Captain R.L. Duckett # 1173

Public Information Officer

Montgomery Police Department

MPD Investigating Fatal Traffic Crash Involving Pedestrian

MONTGOMERY — The Montgomery Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle crash that resulted in one pedestrian fatality.

On Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020 at about 6 p.m., Montgomery Police and Fire Medics responded to the 2800 block of East South Boulevard in reference to a pedestrian struck by a vehicle. The pedestrian, Harold June, 36, sustained life-threatening injuries and was transported to Baptist Medical Center South where he was pronounced dead on Feb. 4. The driver and passengers of the vehicle, a 2005 Ford Escape, were not injured.

MPD’s investigation indicates that the Ford was traveling west bound on the Boulevard when the pedestrian entered the lane of travel and was struck. There are no charges anticipated. The investigation into this fatal crash is ongoing, and no further information is available for release at this time.

Captain R.L. Duckett # 1173

Public Information Officer

Montgomery Police Department

MPD Conducting Death Investigation Following Fatal Sunday Shooting

MONTGOMERY — The Montgomery Police Department is conducting a death investigation following the fatal shooting of an adult male that occurred on Sunday, February 2, 2020.

At about 6 p.m., MPD Patrol and Fire Medics responded to the 4000 block of L.H. Hamilton Road in reference to a subject shot. There, MPD located an adult male who had sustained a fatal gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at the scene.

MPD’s investigation is continuing and there is no further information available for release at this time. Police ask individuals with knowledge of this shooting to call CrimeStoppers at 215- STOP, Secret Witness at 625-4000 or MPD at 625-2831.

Lt. Jarrett Williams

Information and Intelligence Unit Commander

Montgomery Police Department

334-625-3775 (Desk)

334-303-8532 (Cell)

MPD Conducting Homicide Investigation

MONTGOMERY —The Montgomery Police Department is conducting a homicide investigation following the Thursday afternoon shooting death of Jonvontae Goode, 22, of Montgomery.

MPD and Fire Medics responded to the 1900 block of Hilldale Drive on Thursday, Jan. 30, at about 5 p.m. in reference to a subject shot. At the scene, they located Goode who had sustained a life-threatening gunshot wound and was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

The circumstances remain under investigation. No arrests have been made at this time, and no additional information is available for release in connection to this continuing investigation.

Police ask individuals with knowledge of this shooting to call CrimeStoppers at 215- STOP, Secret Witness at 625-4000 or MPD at 625-283

Captain R.L. Duckett # 1173

Public Information Officer

Montgomery Police Department

Media Advisory – Promotion Ceremony

WHAT:                 Montgomery Police Department promotional ceremony. MPD promotions will be made to the ranks of police corporal, sergeant, lieutenant, captain and chief of staff. There will also be a Municipal Jail promotion to the rank of corporal.

WHERE:               City Council Auditorium, 103 N. Perry St., Montgomery

WHEN:                 2 p.m. Friday, January 31, 2020

Captain R.L. Duckett # 1173

Public Information Officer

Montgomery Police Department

MPD Arrests Suspect in 2019 Homicide

MONTGOMERY —The Montgomery Police Department has arrested a suspect in the shooting death of Courtney Jones, 17, of Montgomery that occurred on July 21, 2019.

MPD charged Jaluntae Fleming, 17, of Montgomery with Capital Murder. Fleming was taken into custody on Jan. 27, 2020, charged, and placed in the Montgomery County Detention Facility where he will be held with no bond.

About 11:35 p.m. Sunday, July 21, 2019, MPD and Fire Medics responded to the 400 block of Hall Street in reference to a subject shot. There, they located a juvenile female, Jones, who had sustained a fatal gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at scene.

MPD’s investigation indicates that the suspect fired into the residence fatally striking Jones. Further investigation identified Fleming as the suspect. The investigation is continuing and there is no further information available for release at this time.

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Captain R.L. Duckett # 1173

Public Information Officer

Montgomery Police Department

MPD Conducting Three Separate Homicide Investigations Following Weekend Shootings

MONTGOMERY —The Montgomery Police Department is conducting three homicide investigations following the weekend shooting deaths of Tametrius Richards, 25, Brandon Zeigler, 30, and Lamar Bailey, 52, all of Montgomery.

On Friday, Jan. 17, at about 9:15 p.m., MPD and Fire Medics responded to the 4200 block of Mobile Highway in reference to a subject shot. At the scene, they located Richards who had sustained a life-threatening gunshot wound and was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

On Friday, Jan. 17, shortly before midnight, MPD and Fire Medics responded to the 2800 block of Vaughn Plaza Road in reference to a subject shot. At the scene, they located Zeigler who had sustained a fatal gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at the scene.

On Saturday, Jan. 18, at about 9 p.m., MPD and Fire Medics responded to the 1500 block of Mobile Road in reference to a subject shot. At the scene, they located Bailey who had sustained a fatal gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The initial investigations indicate that these shootings stemmed from separate altercations. The circumstances remain under investigation. No arrests have been made at this time, and no additional information is available for release in connection to these continuing investigations.

Police ask individuals with knowledge of these shootings to call CrimeStoppers at 215- STOP, Secret Witness at 625-4000 or MPD at 625-2831.

Captain R.L. Duckett # 1173

Public Information Officer

Montgomery Police Department

 

FORMER MPD OFFICER STEVIE RODGERS CONVICTED OF ENTICING A CHILD FOR IMMORAL PURPOSES

Montgomery County, Ala. – A Montgomery County jury has found former Montgomery Police Department Officer Stevie Rodgers guilty of Enticing a Child for Immoral Purposes, District Attorney Daryl Bailey announced.

Rodgers was in uniform and on duty when he made sexually explicit remarks to a 15-year-old girl after ordering her into an empty residence. While alone with the minor, he propositioned her for sexual acts and gave her his cell phone number with instructions to call him later if she wanted to have sex with him.

Rodgers testified at trial and claimed that he was mentoring the victim in his capacity as a police officer and employing a “community policing technique.” He attempted to justify his actions by telling the jury that he was merely trying to “stoop to her level and talk to her in a way she would understand.”

Rodgers will be sentenced by Judge James Anderson on February 20, 2020. He faces a prison sentence of one to 10 years. He will also be required to register as a sex offender.

District Attorney Daryl Bailey expressed his appreciation to Deputy District Attorneys Haley Steelman and Marianalyn Dennis, for their work on this case. He also thanked DA Investigators Terrance James and Andrew Magnus, as well as Detective Angela Young with the Montgomery Police Department, for their tireless efforts in the investigation and prosecution of the case.

District Attorney Bailey said: “Law enforcement officers are some of the most trusted members of our society and must be held to the highest standard. Ninety-nine percent of them are exceptional officers who do a difficult job and do it well. However, when one of them abuses their power or violates the public trust, they will be held accountable. I want to thank the Montgomery Police Department for their investigation as well as their commitment to the prosecution and conviction in this case. I am proud that my office was able to obtain justice for this innocent victim. We will be seeking the maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.”

Contact: Daryl Bailey, District Attorney (334) 832-7179

JACOBY BEAN CONVICTED OF ASSAULT FIRST DEGREE

Montgomery County, Ala. – A Montgomery County jury has found Jacoby Bean guilty of Assault First Degree for the October 2016 shooting of Kadarius Adams, District Attorney Daryl Bailey announced.

The shooting stemmed from an ongoing dispute between Bean and the victim. Bean suspected that the victim broke into his house in the week leading up to the shooting. Bean approached the victim in the parking lot of an apartment complex before pulling a gun and shooting at him at least nine times. The victim was unarmed and was struck eight times.

Bean claimed self-defense and testified that he shot the victim after the victim produced a gun and pointed it in his direction. Eyewitness testimony contradicted that allegation and showed that the victim never produced any kind of weapon before he was shot. Bean was arrested four months after the shooting in possession of the gun used in the offense. He did not have a pistol permit and was out on bond for this offense at the time.

Bean was taken into custody when the jury returned their verdict and will be sentenced by Judge Brooke Reid on a date yet to be announced. He faces a prison sentence of 10 to 20 years.

District Attorney Daryl Bailey expressed his appreciation to Deputy District Attorneys Jasmyne Crimiel and Jonathan Morgan, for their work on this case. He also thanked DA Investigators John Brown and John Wilson, as well as Det. J.M. Bridge and the Montgomery Police Department for their tireless efforts in the investigation and prosecution of the case.

District Attorney Bailey said: “The ongoing violent crime in our city must stop. I am thankful that my office was able to remove another violent criminal off the streets. This man took the law into his own hands and now he is locked up where he belongs. We will be asking that he be sentenced to the maximum term of 20 years in prison.”

Contact: Daryl Bailey, District Attorney (334) 832-7179

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