Dekalb County law enforcement agents reported several arrests over the March 17 weekend.
On March Sunday, March, 19, the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office was called out to a residence in Valley Head, stating a woman had been shot. Witnesses said that Roy Miller Barkley III, 50, of Valley Head and Stacy Stone were arguing. Barkley had a gun and during a confrontation the gun went off, hitting Stone. Barkley was arrested and charged with Attempted Murder. Stone was transported by Life Force helicopter to Erlanger hospital where she is listed as in critical condition at this time. This is still an ongoing investigation, according to a press release from Dekalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris.
Dekalb County Sheriff's Office and the Fyffe Police Department joined in a search Friday March 17, after the sheriff's Office received a tip from a concerned citizen about a missing juvenile. Deputies arrived at a residence on Blackwell Street in Fyffe. The missing juvenile was found at that residence. Daniel David Wooten and Michael Anthony Wooten were also at the residence. Michael Anthony Wooten, 30, of Fyffe was arrested for three counts of rape in the second degree, three counts of Sodomy in the second degree, interference with Child Custody and Sorna Violation. Daniel David Wooten, 51, of Fyffe, was also arrested and charged with rape in the second degree and interference with child custody, Sheriff Harris said.
Claudio Toscano Mayoral, 30, of Albertville, was arrested and charged Saturday, March 18, with using false ID to obstruct justice, unlawful breaking/entering a vehicle and criminal trespass in the third degree after being found asleep in the back seat of a vehicle at a residence.
On a different incident that same date, Derek Alfred Brown, 37, of Odenville, AL was found in possession of a stolen 18 Wheeler truck that was reported stolen from Talladega, at which time Talladega Sheriff’s Office was contacted. Brown was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property in the first degree and criminal trespasssing in the third degree.
Sheriff Harris says “this has been a very busy weekend. Thank you to the citizens for their tips and to the Police Departments for their help on these arrests.”