OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) — Ozark police have arrested a woman, who is a suspect in a weekend car robbery in Ozark.
Teresa Liles, 37, of Dothan was arrested Thursday evening by the Ozark Police Department.
Liles is facing one count of first-degree theft of property, one count of second-degree criminal trespass, and one count of second-degree criminal mischief.
Liles is currently in the Dale County Jail with no bond set in the case.
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OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) — Ozark Police have arrested a man who has been wanted in Houston County since January, and now, he sits behind bars at the Dale County Jail.
Now, police tell WDHN that they’re searching for a second suspect in the case.
Albin Wayne Carroll is wanted for questioning in Houston County and is facing up to 42 combined charges, as he is a suspect in a theft and burglary investigation.
Ozark Police were made aware of car theft on Lakeview Road on Sunday.
Then, the police were able to find images of Carroll and the second suspect, Teresa Lynn Liles, shopping at a gas station. From there, they took it to Facebook.
Tuesday night, police arrested Carroll and charged him with theft of property, third-degree burglary, receiving stolen property, third-degree criminal mischief, attempting to elude, and possession of a controlled substance.
Liles (shown in the picture below) is wanted for questioning by the Ozark Police Department.
Police say Liles has brown hair, blue eyes, and is 5’3 inches tall
According to the Houston County Sheriff’s Office, Carroll has been wanted since January 24th of this year, as he is wanted for questioning in a theft and burglary investigation.
Documents obtained by WDHN say Carroll is listed as a fugitive from justice on 40 charges of possession of forged instrument after an indictment says he used counterfeit $5 bills.
Carroll was arrested for those crimes in December of 2021 and was later released from the Houston County Jail on his own recognizance. Six days later, the wanted poster was listed for Carroll’s arrest.
Documents also say that Carroll has had previous run-ins with authorities, as he has charges of domestic violence-strangulation, possession of controlled substances, and the receiving of stolen property.
Now that Carroll is in the custody of the Ozark Police Department, we will now wait and see when he will be taken to Houston County for questioning. He will also likely face various charges there.
Carroll is set for a jury trial for the 40 forged instrument charges on August 29th.
If you see Liles or know of her whereabouts, police are asking that you do not approach and contact Ozark-Dale County E-911 at (334) 774-5111 with any information.
Stay with WDHN as we continue to follow this case.