LAGRANGE, Ga.– A guy was apprehended Wednesday about 3 different capturings that happened previously in the day along Interstate 85 in Alabama as well as Georgia. One male was seriously injured.
Jerel Raphael Brown of Montgomery, Alabama, was apprehended in LaFayette, Alabama, after capturings were reported in Montgomery as well as Auburn in Alabama as well as near Hogansville, Georgia, according to constable’s replacements in Troup Region, Georgia.
The Auburn Cops Division stated Brown has actually been billed with tried murder as well as capturing right into a vacant car. He is being held without bond, the authorities division stated.
Authorities had actually asked individuals to search for a 1996 white Cadillac Fleetwood after 3 capturings were reported. In the Auburn capturing, a 45-year-old Prattville, Alabama, male was seriously injured by a gunfire that authorities stated shown up to get in from the back of the male’s car. The target was taken by helicopter to a Montgomery medical facility.
A stretch of Interstate 85 in Auburn was shut for hrs while authorities explored.
Nobody was harmed in the Georgia capturing. No information on the Montgomery capturing were promptly launched.
Brown is butted in Georgia with exacerbated attack, having a weapon while dedicating a felony as well as first-degree criminal damages.
Deputies in western Georgia’s Troup Region stated they recognized the suspicious car utilizing a website traffic video camera, enabling details concerning the cars and truck to be relayed around the area. Authorities stated that brought about a Chambers Region, Alabama, constable’s replacement drawing Brown over as well as jailing him. Brown was later on turned over to Auburn authorities.
Troup Region Constable’s representative Sgt. Stewart Smith stated private investigators can not claim currently what inspired the capturings. He stated that while Troup Region has actually submitted costs, he anticipated Brown would certainly be imprisoned in Alabama as well as would certainly be prosecuted initially because state.