Stallworth turns himself in
One of Selma’s most wanted has surrendered to authorities.
Selma Police Detective Frederick Walker arrested Jarron Stallworth after the Selma man arrived at police headquarters Monday.
“He was arrested on two outstanding warrants for burglary first-degree and shooting into an occupied dwelling,” said Sgt. Doug Stewart, Administrative Division commander for the Selma Police Department.
Walker said Stallworth is in the Dallas County jail under no bond.
In 2009 Stallworth became a suspect in a shooting on Minter Avenue.
In November 2009, a 47-year-old woman told police she and her grandson were inside her residence when she heard gunshots. The victim saw two bullet holes in her house.
After building on leads, authorities arrested Andre Brown, 28, of Selma and charged him with shooting into an occupied dwelling, according to Stewart.
At the time, Stewart said evidence and information indicated the other offender was Stallworth, but authorities believed he had left town.
Prior to that incident, authorities were well-acquainted with Stallworth.
In the early part of this decade, he was charged with a string of shooting-related incidents.
In June 2002, Stallworth surrendered to police on charges of shooting into an occupied dwelling and reckless endangerment.
In July 2002, he was arrested again for assault first-degree, which was another shooting-rlated incident, according to authorities.
In August 2004, he was in a car when his twin brother, Tyrone, allegedly shot a person in the back of the head, authorities said.
Stewart said because of Jarron Stallworth’s history he was considered armed and dangerous.