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11/4/2013 6:10:00 PM
Vehicle Used To Assault A Denver Woman Pulled From Lincoln County Pond - Three Suspects Now In Custody
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office News Release
Vehicle Used To Assault A Denver Woman Pulled From Lincoln County Pond
(Left to Right) Derek Allen Williams, Patricia Ann Stroupe and Alesha Michelle Werner(Mug Photos courtesy Lincoln County Sheriff's Office)

(Left to Right) Derek Allen Williams,
Patricia Ann Stroupe and
Alesha Michelle Werner
(Mug Photos courtesy Lincoln County Sheriff's Office)



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Vehicle Used To Assault A Denver Woman Pulled From Lincoln County Pond

 

Story Updated Nov. 4, 2013, 10 p.m.

LINCOLNTON - It took Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputies and investigators less than three hours after warrants were issued to round up three suspects in the Friday morning incident that took the life of a Lincoln County woman.

Patricia Ann Stroupe was arrested shortly before 7 p.m. near her Southland Trail residence. She was taken before a magistrate and given a $75,000 secured bond.

Then shortly before 8 p.m. officers apprehended Derek Allen Williams and Alesha Michelle Werner hiding out in Room 127 at the Days Inn in Lincolnton. Williams is charged with 2nd Degree Murder and is under a $500,000 secured bond. Werner is charged with Accessory After the Fact of Murder. Werner’s bond was set at $125,000 secured.

Patricia Ann Stroupe, William’s mother, is also charged with Accessory After the Fact of Murder.

All three suspects have a first appearance Tuesday at 9:00 a.m.

Earlier today a vehicle believed to have been used to injure a Denver woman was pulled from a northern Lincoln County pond this afternoon, Monday, Nov. 4.

Following interviews with several individuals Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office CID Lt. Tim Johnson and Detective Mark Stamey received information that led officers to a pond on Gladden Drive off Springs East Road. With the assistance of the Channel 9 helicopter detectives located the vehicle about 75 feet from shore.

A wrecker service was called in and pulled the vehicle from the water with the assistance of LCSO certified diver Deputy John Isaacks. The 2001 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab pickup is being stored at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office impound lot. The vehicle belonged to the victim, Sherry Joe Tobeler, 54, of the 6600 block of Billie’s Way, Denver who died today at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.

Working through the weekend, detectives have interviewed three possible suspects in the case. Detectives say Mrs. Tobeler and several other people had been to a pool hall in Maiden and a bar in Denver before arriving at the intersection of Highway 150 East and Mack Ballard Road.

At that point an argument occurred between the occupants and Mrs. Tobeler got out of the vehicle and called Catawba County Sheriff’s Office and Catawba County 911. The call was transferred to Lincoln County 911. The truck sped away apparently running over the victim who had fallen to the ground. She was transported to CMC-Main where she underwent surgery for head injuries.



Story Posted Nov. 4, 2013, 6:10 p.m.

Vehicle Used To Assault A Denver Woman Pulled From Lincoln County Pond

LINCOLNTON - A vehicle believed to have been used to injure a Denver woman was pulled from a northern Lincoln County pond this afternoon, Monday, Nov. 4.

Following interviews with several individuals Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office CID Lt. Tim Johnson and Detective Mark Stamey received information that led officers to a pond on Gladden Drive off Springs East Road. With the assistance of the Channel 9 helicopter detectives located the vehicle about 75 feet from shore.

A wrecker service was called in and pulled the vehicle from the water with the assistance of LCSO certified diver Deputy John Isaacks. The 2001 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab pickup is being stored at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office impound lot. The vehicle belonged to the victim, Sherry Joe Tobeler, 54, of the 6600 block of Billie’s Way, Denver who died today at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.

Working through the weekend, detectives have interviewed three possible suspects in the case. Detectives say Mrs. Tobeler and several other people had been to a pool hall in Maiden and a bar in Denver before arriving at the intersection of Highway 150 East and Mack Ballard Road.

At that point an argument occurred between the occupants and Mrs. Tobeler got out of the vehicle and called Catawba County Sheriff’s Office and Catawba County 911. The call was transferred to Lincoln County 911. The truck sped away apparently running over the victim who had fallen to the ground. She was transported to CMC-Main where she underwent surgery for head injuries.

Warrants have been issued for the following suspects:

Derek Allen Williams, 25, of 421 Springs East Road, Lincolnton, NC is charged with felony Second Degree Murder.

Patricia Ann Stroupe, 50, of 2584 Southland Trail, Lincolnton, NC is charged with Accessory After the Fact of Murder.

Alesha Michelle Werner, 25, of 161 Lilly Trail, Maiden, NC is charged with Accessory After the Fact of Murder.

The suspects have not been taken into custody.


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