THANKS To All Of The Law Enforcement Officers On Roger Hall CaseRickey Stpkes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Jul 01 2017 7:33 AM
DOTHAN - HOUSTON COUNTY - GENEVA COUNTY: Earlier this week I listened to the call at Walmart South where the lady was forced from her vehicle at gunpoint and the car stolen. Both Dothan and Houston County law enforcement agencies hit the scene and the surrounding area in attempts to locate the suspect and vehicle.
Dothan Police Criminal Investigation, under the command of Captain Will Benny and Lt. Will Glover hit the streets working.
Then on Wednesday in Geneva County a Alabama State Trooper came on the suspect and vehicle in a wreck. The suspect fled in the woods.
Geneva County Sheriff Tony Helms responded as did members of the Geneva County Sheriff Department. Sheriff Helms called Houston County Sheriff Donald Valenza and the SRT Team, and Dothan Police Department and K-9 Officers. Dale County Sheriff air unit responded.
Since the incident at Walmart in Dothan law enforcement agencies have worked TOGETHER and long hard hours in searching for this dangerous suspect.
On Friday the officers of the combined agencies located and arrested Roger Hall. The great thing is no one was injured or killed in the search.
FUNNY - a bear was spotted in Geneva County and the bears apprehended Hall. He stood no chance with a four legged bear in the woods and many two legged bears on the search. ( A JOKE FOLKS)
There are to many officers to name. But the elected Sheriff's of Geneva and Houston County, Tony Helms and Donald Valenza, they were on the ground with the officers working into the night in an effort to capture this suspect.
Houston County Sheriff CID Lt. Donovan Arias and Sgt. Rick Clemmons and many others of the Sheriff Department were around the clock working.
Dothan Police CID Lt. Will Glover and Sgt. Jason Adkins. Worked countless hours searching for this suspect.
The night of the incident Alabama State Troopers McAllister and Nelms working.
All working for the safety of others in order to apprehend and take this danger into custody.
GOOD JOB to all. Good job to the communications staff the night of the incident for the rapid deployment of information. The communications division never gets a lot of credit. But these men and women bust their butts for the protection of the community in obtaining and dispatching information, getting the help needed rapidly to the citizens.
Also the communications staff develops information to provide to the responding agencies to make sure they are safe and have all information possible.
JOB WELL DONE