Police looking for Thursday night shooting suspectPublished 11:00pm Friday, September 21, 2012
Troy Police are looking for suspect on the lam after a shooting Thursday night in Troy.
Police were called to the BP gas station on the 300 block of North 3 Notch Street about 10:30 last night in response to a shooting. A victim had suffered a gunshot wound the leg and had already been transported to Troy Regional Medical Center when lawmen arrived.
TPD Detectives are now searching for Robert Lee Hooten, a 36-year-old black male, who they say allegedly shot the victim. Hooten will be charged with attempted murder and his bond has been set at $50,000.
Anyone with information on Hooten’s whereabouts is asked to call the Troy Police Department at 566-0500.
In a separate incident, Troy Police arrested Nicholas Dandre Stallworth, 24, of Troy, early Friday morning on Charold Street. Police say Stallworth is accused of robbing two victims at gunpoint at about 3 a.m in the parking lot of a doctor’s office on Park Street Monday.
Police reported that Stallworth allegedly confronted the victims and demanded everything in their pockets. Cash and a cell phone were taken before Stallworth reportedly fled on foot.
Because there were two victims robbed, Stallworth has been charged with two counts of robbery first-degree and his bond has been set at $50,000 in each case.
In another unrelated incident, Troy Police officers arrested Shondra D. Warren Bland, 48, for theft of property first-degree.
Bland was arrested for allegedly taking an undisclosed amount of money from an elderly woman who was sick.
Bland was arrested Sept. 14 and her bond was set at $20,000.
Troy Police continue to investigate all three of these cases.