New information released on man suspected of multiple robberies in north Alabama

Terrence Jackson (Image: Madison County Sheriff’s Office)

Investigators say the man responsible for at least nine robberies in Madison and Morgan Counties will soon be returned to the Tennessee Valley.

Investigators say Terrence Warren Jackson will be transported first to Morgan County where he’s charged for two robberies. He’ll be transported there first simply because that’s where warrants for him were first confirmed. He’s accused of robbing the Game Stop in Hartselle and Metro PCS in Decatur.

Video of the Hartselle Game Stop Robbery

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Jackson also faces seven robbery charges from within Madison County.

Investigators say three of those charges involve him robbing the Verizon store in Madison. One robbery happened on September 16, then they say he returned to the store on October 10 when he robbed the store and a customer inside the store. He's also accused of robbing the Marco's Pizza in Madison on October 10.

In Huntsville, Jackson faces three robbery charges. Those incidents happened at Metro PCS, Game Stop and Family Dollar.

Video of the robbery at Metro PCS in Huntsville: 

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The Madison County Sheriff's Office says various agencies in north Alabama are investigating additional robberies, as well as agents with federal law enforcement.

“Each agency can get out here and do their own thing, but when you combine the investigators involved, and the knowledge they have of working crimes, that’s how you solve crimes to this magnitude," said Sheriff Kevin Turner.

WHNT News 19 has also confirmed with Pickens County Law Enforcment that Jackson has served time in jail there before. We're asking for more information on what he was charged with and how long he spent there. Turner said he is still on parole for those charges.

Sheriff Turner released a statement saying, “Again, this emphasizes the importance of Task Force partnerships with not only local agencies, but state and federal as well. I can’t say enough about the work that Madison County Sheriff’s Investigator, Stacey Rutherford, put in on the case. As a member of the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force, he was able to obtain information that led to the identity of Jackson as well as the house he had been living in where we recovered multiple stolen items. We thank all the law enforcement agencies and their personnel that were involved in the investigation and arrest of Jackson, and we thank the public for the trust they instill in our agency”.

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