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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Suspect Enters Church and Demands Money; Gets Bullet Instead

Police in Dothan, Alabama, say a suspect entered a church Sunday night and demanded money–but received a bullet “in the upper torso” instead.

The suspect was pronounced dead early Monday morning.

According to the Dothan Eagle, Dothan Police Chief Steve Parrish described a scene where “two church employees” were in Crossroads Baptist Church at the time the suspect, Steffon Parreese Valentez Tolver, approached. A third church employee “had left the premises to run an errand, and arrived back after [Tolver] had entered into the church.”

Parrish says Tolver allegedly entered through the back door of the church and robbed one of the three people of $50. He was demanding money from a second individual when he was shot with a “personal handgun.” Tolver fled the scene, only to collapse outside the building. He was pronounced dead just before 1:20 a.m. Monday morning.



Anonymous said...

Good less trash we have to deal with

Anonymous said...

Thank you Jesus huh,bang bang.The look on his face must have been priceless.

Anonymous said...

Dothan, Alabama is the condom capital of the World. Just some trivia.

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Anonymous said...

Thank goodness we are hearing more and more good stories (outcome) like this. Wake up fellow citizens, train for proficiency and carry at all times. It is not our fault this ill society is now around use all the time.