Standoff on Greenbrier Road ends with arrest of man wanted for shooting in Decatur

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UPDATE: They found him in a truck lot around three in the afternoon on Saturday, which is when he locked himself inside the truck he drives. Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely says he and Morgan County Sheriff Ana Franklin talked Roger Stevens into surrendering with the help of Stevens' brother. Law enforcement did not find any guns inside the truck.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Lt. John Crouch of the Decatur Police Department confirms that law enforcement resolved a standoff on Greenbrier Road in a truck lot near the Target Distribution Center.

He says law enforcement have arrested Roger Stevens, who is wanted in the shooting death of his wife, Kay Stevens.

You can find the full background on that story here.

A crew on the scene confirmed a large police presence at the truck lot near the Target Distribution Center on Greenbrier Road in Limestone County just after three on Saturday afternoon.

Stevens is employed by a third-party carrier that works with the center, that's what led investigators there.

At least ten law enforcement cars on the scene, with departments including Huntsville Police, Morgan County Sheriffs Department, Limestone County Sheriff's Department, and Decatur Police.

Police had guns drawn and were sheltering behind their cruisers.

Our crew on the scene says police closed Greenbrier Road for a time, but it appears they have opened it back up.

 

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