As a choose granted a psychological examination for a person who claims he doesn’t keep in mind stealing a police automotive and taking pictures at individuals in Dothan in mid-June, extra costs have been filed by a state company.
The Alabama Legislation Enforcement Company’s State Bureau of Investigation has charged 42-year-old Jeffrey Michael Stewart, of Jakin, Georgia, with two counts of tried homicide, first-degree theft, breaking and getting into a motorized vehicle, discharging a gun into an occupied constructing, and interfering with public security communications.
A choose denied a movement to scale back his bonds Thursday which are set at $285,000.
These costs are along with costs filed by the Dothan Police Division after the June 16 crimes of two counts of tried homicide, making a terrorist risk, and three counts of felony mischief – all primarily based on occasions that occurred earlier than Stewart was shot by a police officer on the Volkswagen dealership.
Stewart exchanged gunfire with Dothan police and was shot within the stomach, per police stories. He then stole the officer’s automotive, and drove across the circle whereas being pursued by legislation enforcement from a number of companies till he was cornered on Denton Highway.
Stewart used the police communications contained in the cop automotive to reportedly threaten officers, however a talented negotiator talked him down and he ultimately surrendered.