MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WALA) - Attorney General Luther Strange announced the arrest of another former state trooper for felony theft and ethics charges.
Terry Stallworth, 49, of Mobile, surrendered to the Mobile County Sheriff's Office. His arrest comes a month after the arrests of two other former state troopers and a former custodian for a trooper post.
Strange said Stallworth had been assigned to the Mobile office of the Department of Public Safety along with one of the troopers arrested.
Officials said other trooper and the custodian had been assigned to the Tuscaloosa State Trooper Post.
Attorney General Strange's Office presented evidence to a Mobile County grand jury on March 1, 2012, resulting in the indictment of Stallworth. Specifically, the indictment charges Stallworth with:
· Second-degree theft of gasoline valued at more than $500, occurring and continuing between the approximate dates of December 1, 2010 and March 8, 2011
· Use of his official public position as an Alabama State Trooper for unlawful personal gain to himself or a family member, the gain being gasoline
No further information about the investigation or about Stallworth's alleged crimes other than that stated in the indictment may be released at this time.
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