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Hartselle Enquirer

Gamestop robber being transported to Morgan County after North Alabama spree

According to authorities, the man who robbed Gamestop in Hartselle will be transported to Morgan County in the coming days to face charges.  Terrence Warren Jackson robbed the Hartselle Gamestop around 3:30 p.m. Oct. 7. He also robbed Metro PCS store in Decatur Oct. 10.

Jackson went on to rob multiple businesses across the region – he faces seven robbery charges in Madison County. He robbed the Verizon store in Madison twice, once Sept. 16 and again Oct. 10 where he robbed the business as well as a customer who was in the store.  The fourth robbery occurred Oct. 10 at Marco’s Pizza.  Additionally, he faces robbery charges in Huntsville for robberies at Metro PCS, Game Stop and Family Dollar.  In total, Jackson is responsible for at least nine robberies in the past month in the Madison/Morgan County area.  Investigations are still being conducted by various North Alabama agencies for additional robberies, as well as by agents with federal law enforcement.

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