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    Suspect in east Alabama shooting deported recently

    Suspect in east Alabama shooting deported recently

    Written by JAY REEVES
    Associated Press
    Dec 17, 2012


    Authorities react as they stand watch over a scene where a body lies covered with a sheet on Hwy 78 in Oxford, Ala., Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012. Police officers in eastern Alabama shot an assailant armed with an AK-47 assault rifle toward the end of a pursuit that left several people injured, authorities said. The pursuit began after a shooting in Cleburne County. The county is near the Georgia state line. The person in the road was killed by police after leading them on a high speed chase after shooting several people. (AP Photo/Anniston Star, Stephen Gross) / AP

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Authorities say a convicted cocaine trafficker suspected of killing three people in east Alabama over the weekend was deported in April and re-entered the country illegally.

    Bryan Cox of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says officials don't know how long 33-year-old Romero Roberto Moya had been back in the United States.

    Cox says Moya was deported to Mexico in April after serving a year in Alabama for trafficking. He pleaded guilty to the charge in June 2011 following his arrest in Calhoun County.

    Police say Moya was suspected in a slaying that left three Hispanic males dead in Cleburne County on Saturday. He was later shot to death by police after a two-county chase.

    A Heflin police officer shot during the exchange of gunfire is recovering.

    source: http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/viewart/20121217/NEWS/121217007/Suspect-east-Alabama-shooting-deported-recently-
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    Alabama police officer improving after shooting, chase

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    Dec 17, 2012

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Authorities said an east Alabama police officer shot and seriously wounded in an exchange of gunfire with a homicide suspect was improving Sunday as investigators tried to verify the identities of three people whose slayings sparked a two-county pursuit.

    Heflin police officer Jackie Stovall was removed from a breathing machine and remained hospitalized in stable condition in Anniston a day after Saturday's shootings. Stovall was progressing faster than expected, police said.

    Stovall asked about his parents and grandchild as soon as he could speak, Heflin's interim police chief, A.J. Benefield, said in a post on the department's Facebook page. Then, Benefield said, Stovall asked, "Did y'all get him?"

    "I was happy to tell him, 'Yes, we did,' and no one else will have to worry about him doing anything like this again," wrote Benefield.

    Stovall was seriously wounded during a chase that began in Cleburne County and ended in Calhoun County with officers shooting and killing Romero Roberto Moya, 33, of Heflin.

    Court records show Moya was arrested by the Calhoun-Cleburne County Drug Task Force last year on charges of cocaine trafficking, drug possession and illegal possession of a pistol.

    Moya pleaded guilty to trafficking in June 2011 in a deal with prosecutors, who agreed to drop the other charges. He received a one-year prison sentence, was ordered to pay a $50,000 fine and surrender the weapon, but it was unclear whether he already had served the time or paid the fine.

    Cleburne County Sheriff Joe Jacks said investigators believe Moya killed three people who were found dead in a mobile home located in a rundown trailer community across the road from a poultry plant. At least one child was hurt, Jacks said.

    Jacks, speaking in an interview, said all the victims were Hispanic, but investigators weren't positive about the names or ages of at least two of the victims. People come and go frequently from the mobile home park, he said, and residents weren't able to provide conclusive information about the dead people or Moya.

    "We have to rely on neighbors to help us in that situation. It's really hard because some of the neighbors really aren't aware of them," Jacks said.

    The sheriff said at least some of the victims were related, but Moya's connection wasn't clear. The shooting could be related to a domestic dispute or drugs, he said.

    "We're trying to put all that together," Jacks said.

    Authorities said officers shot and killed Moya after he emerged from a vehicle with an assault rifle in Calhoun County, about 25 miles west of the trailer where the bodies were found. Stovall was shot earlier when the man exchanged gunfire with officers near an Interstate 20 exit in Oxford.

    Heflin police said Stovall, who was wounded in a leg, was struck in a main artery and probably would not have survived without State Trooper John Lewis applying pressure to slow the bleeding. Lewis visited Stovall in the hospital on Sunday.

    Benefield asked people to pray for Stovall.

    "He's got a long tough road to recovery ahead of him," the chief said.

    Alabama police officer improving after shooting, chase | The Montgomery Advertiser | montgomeryadvertiser.com
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