UPDATED: One suspect turns himself in, three others wanted

Published 8:30 pm Wednesday, January 6, 2016


Four suspects, Alfred Parnell, Glentravious Olds, Antonio Whatley and Clarence Brenson are wanted in connection with a string of shootings.

One of four suspects wanted by Selma police in connection with a string of back-and-forth shootings that left two dead on New Year’s Eve has turned himself in to authorities.


Selma Police Department Lt. Sam Miller  said the family of Glentravious Olds brought him to the police department Thursday night. He will be booked on charges of reckless murder and attempted murder and is currently being held without bond.

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The department continues to look for three additional suspects wanted on charges of either murder or attempted murder.


Two of the suspects are wanted in Antoine Stallworth’s murder. Stallworth, 38, was shot multiple times on New Year’s Eve at GWC Homes in the 1600 block of Martin Luther King Street.


Stallworth died from his injuries Wednesday morning at a Montgomery hospital.


Olds faces reckless murder charges, while Alfred Parnell is wanted for murder.


Miller said Olds faces the reckless murder charges because he sprayed the area with bullets trying to hit Parnell.


Investigators believe the two suspects were shooting at each other and Stallworth was just a bystander caught in their crossfire.


Olds as well as two other suspects, Antonio Whatley and Clarence Brenson, are also wanted for attempted murder for a shooting that set of the deadly chain of events.


The attempted murder charges stem from a Wednesday, Dec. 30 shooting in which Parnell’s brother, Eric, was shot in the back in the 2100 block of Church Street.


A fifth man, Fredrick Tucker, 35, was arrested Wednesday and charged with attempted murder in the shooting of Eric Parnell. Tucker’s bond was shot Thursday at $250,000 by District Court Judge Bob Armstrong.


The District Attorney’s Office had asked for a $1 million bond.


Later in the day of the 30th, Nikki Olds was shot in the arm on Tucker Avenue.


The violence continued on New Year’s Eve when Antonio Whatley’s mother, Mary Whatley, 44, was shot and killed at about 3:30 p.m. the next day leaving her home in the 1600 block of Maple Street in Selmont. No charges have been filed in Whatley’s murder as of Thursday evening.


About an hour later, the shootings came back over the river to GWC Homes, where Stallworth was fatally shot during a barrage.


All three suspects are should all be considered armed and dangerous, according to Miller.


Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the listed subjects should call the Secret Witness Line at (334) 874-2190 or the Crime Stoppers number at (334) 874-2588 or 1-866-422-7463.


Authorities believe the suspects are still in the Selma area.