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Weekend public safety roundup

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The following incidents were reported by law enforcement over the weekend.

A man was robbed on I-565 Friday night.

Kenneth Reedus said two men stopped him on the interstate at County Line Road around 8:30 p.m. and approached his vehicle.

The pair then robbed Reedus before fleeing. No arrests were reported.


A man was robbed in a southwest Huntsville parking lot Friday night.

Michael Troglen was approached by four men shortly after 10 p.m. in the 4300 block of Newson Road and robbed. No arrests were reported.


Glenn Edwin Sledge/MCSO

One man was injured after being shot by his bother Saturday afternoon.

Bryde Sledge , 44, and his brother Glenn Edwin Sledge, 50, were at their mother's home at 3902 Goldwire Circle when they got into an argument around 1:30 p.m.

Police said the two argued after it was found that Bryde had stolen property from his mother.

Glenn Sledge got into his vehicle and left, followed closely by Bryde in his own vehicle.

When the two reached the intersection of Stringfield Road and Marymont Drive Glenn Sledge fired several shots at his brother's vehicle.

One of the rounds hit Bryde in the head above the left eye.

Bryde was taken to Huntsville Hospital for treatment. His injuries were described as non-life threatening.

A lookout was posted for Glenn Sledge's vehicle and it was spotted a short time later on Old Blue Springs Road.

Glenn Sledge was arrested and charged with first-degree domestic violence (aggravated assault) and shooting into an occupied vehicle.


Gerald Cortex Rice/MCSO

A teenage girl was robbed by two people Saturday night in north Huntsville.

The 17-year old victim told police she was walking in the 100 block at 9:20 p.m. when she accosted by two males.

One of them, described as a 13-year old boy, grabbed her from behind while the other took her property.

Both fled but were captured later. Both were charged with second-degree robbery.

The juvenile's name was not released.

The other offender was identified as Gerald Cortez Rice, 18. He was booked into the county jail.


Three people were shot as they rode through northwest Huntsville early Sunday.

Seven people were in an SUV as it traveled north on Pulaski Pike around 2 a.m..

When the SUV reached the intersection with Oakwood Avenue someone opened fire on the vehicle from a parking lot.

The victim's drove themselves to Huntsville Hospital for treatment

One of the victim's injuries was described critical while the other two suffered non-life threatening injuries.

No arrests were reported.


A woman reported being sodomized Sunday morning.

The victim reported the assault shortly after 9:30 a.m. in the 3200 block of Village Drive.

She told police the incident happened earlier in the morning.

No other details were released.


A woman was robbed in her home by two men late Sunday.

Danielle Flint was at home in the 2200 block of Jonathan Drive when someone knocked on the door shortly before 11 p.m.

When Flint answered the door two men, one armed with a handgun, forced their way inside and demanded her property.

The men fled after Flint told them that she recognized one of them.

The pair left in a silver car. No arrests were reported.


Two men were injured during a shooting incident early Monday.

The victims were in the parking lot of the Taco Bell restaurant in the 4300 block of University Drive when they were shot around 12:30 a.m.

Both were taken to Huntsville Hospital with serious injuries.

Police did not release any other details.

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