Press Release Over the past several months numerous vehicles as well as trailers and other items have been stolen in Demopolis and Surrounding areas. Demopolis Police have been working with nume

Press Release

Over the past several months numerous vehicles as well as trailers and other items have been stolen in Demopolis and Surrounding areas. Demopolis Police have been working with numerous agencies to investigate these crimes.

On November 26, 2019 Officers from Demopolis Police Department observed a stolen vehicle traveling west on Highway 80. The officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but the vehicle refused to stop. The officers pursued the vehicle into Sumter County where two occupants fled into a wooded area.

On November 27, 2019 officers took one of the suspects, Carveyon Glover , 20 yoa,into custody near the location where they fled. On November 28, 2019 the other suspect Willie Burrell Howell , 20 yoa,was taken into custody in Meridian Mississippi.

At this time both suspects are charged with Receiving stolen property in the first degree. Willie Howell has 2 counts of receiving stolen property first degree out of Tuscaloosa Police Department. Receiving stolen property in the first degree is a class B felony charge. The investigation continues and more charges are forth coming.

The Demopolis Police department would like to thank all the agencies involved to include, the Marengo County Sheriff’s Department, 17th Judicial Drug Task force, District Attorneys Office, Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, Livingston Police Department, Eutaw Police Department, Hale county Sheriff’s Office, Greene County Sheriff’s Office, Meridian ,Mississippi Police Department, Alabama law enforcement agency- SBI and Aviation unit, Tuscaloosa Police Department, FBI, and other agencies which have been involved and continue to take part in this investigation.

The Demopolis Police Department would like to ask anyone that may have information that could be helpful in the continuing investigation to please come forward. We would like to also thank the victims of these crimes for their help and patience during the investigation. Demopolis Police would like to remind everyone if you see something say something by reporting it to the Demopolis police Department at 334-289-3073 of our tip line at 334-289-2475

Chief Rex Flowers
Demopolis Police Department

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