After days of searching, the authorities have finally captured the murder suspect, who was wanted for a homicide in Montgomery County that occurred on Wednesday morning. The suspect was apprehended early Sunday, ending the extensive search.
Capt. Randy Pollard, the information officer for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, has reported that Brandon Earl Kelley has been apprehended in Montgomery without any trouble. However, the specific location of the arrest has yet to be disclosed.
Kelley is not only being charged with murder but also with robbery, burglary, and breaking.
Kelley, who is 36 years old, has been charged with the murder of Jacob Ford, as per the court documents. According to the sheriff’s office, the incident occurred on Wednesday at around 1 a.m. on Washington Ferry Road in the 5000 block. The motive behind the killing is yet to be determined.
According to court records, he is facing charges of robbing a CVS pharmacy and carjacking a woman just two days later.
According to Pollard, several law enforcement agencies played a role in catching Kelley. These included the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery Police Department, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, and Air One unit. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force was also involved in the operation.
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