Jackson County, Alabama
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Scottsboro, Alabama
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02/10/2016

Robbery/Theft Arrests in Jackson County

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On February 7, 2016, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a Robbery at a home on Highway 40 in Henegar, AL. where the victim was held at gunpoint and ordered to surrender all of her money. The suspect then ordered the victim to go inside the residence at which time the door was slammed on the suspect who ran away and got into a vehicle with three others suspects. All four suspects then fled the area.  

 

Later the same night, Patrol Sgt. Travis Stevens observed a vehicle fitting the suspects’ vehicle description and conducted a traffic stop in Scottsboro, AL. The occupants of the vehicle were identified as Brandon Daryl COOPER age 22 of Bridgeport, AL., Michael Dylan GARRARD age 20 of Bridgeport, AL., Shaun Randall ALLEN age 29 of Stevenson, AL. and Tondra Nichole ALLEN age 25 of Stevenson, AL. All four were detained.

 

During the subsequent investigation, it was determined that the group had stolen a 20 gauge Shotgun and a 9 MM pistol, just prior to the attempted Robbery, from a residence on Highway 71 in Rosalie, AL. The stolen firearms were recovered and all four suspects were arrested and charged with Robbery 1st degree and Receiving Stolen Property 3rd degree. COOPER was also charged with an outstanding arrest warrant from the Scottsboro Police Department for Theft of Property 2nd degree.

 

Bond was set as follows:

Brandon COOPER’S - $60,500

Michael GARRARD - $50,500

Shaun ALLEN - $50,500

Tondra ALLEN - $50,500.

 

All four defendants remain in the Jackson County jail.

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