Men Arrested in Toco Hill Armored Car Killing Also Charged in Strip Club Homicide
Stacey Lamont Dooley, 35, and Ashley Antwan Henderson, 28, were charged with murder last week by a DeKalb County grand jury.
Two men charged in last year's killing of an armored car guard in Toco Hill Shopping Center were also charged last week in the 2010 killing of a Decatur strip club owner.
A DeKalb County grand jury charged Stacey Lamont Dooley, 35, and Ashley Antwan Henderson, 28, with the Sept. 7 fatal shooting of Terry Stephenson, owner of Pin Up's strip club on East Ponce de Leon Avenue, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The club's manager, Charles Edward Daniels, was charged in the killing.
From the AJC story:
Daniels and Dooley had been in "constant phone communication" during the week leading up to the Sept. 7 shooting, prosecutors said. But they adjusted on the fly after Daniels learned he wouldn't be taking the club's proceeds from the Labor Day weekend to the bank.
According to the DeKalb District Attorney's Office, Daniels told his cohorts to target Stephenson, who was carrying more than $55,000 in cash. They took the money after firing six shots at the 49-year-old former firefighter outside the Pin Ups entrance.
Dooley of Snellville and Henderson of Atlanta were charged in the March 15, 2011, killing of 32-year-old Gary Castillo, an armored car guard from Lawrenceville who was leaving Kroger in the shopping center with a cash pick-up when he was gunned down in the middle of the day.
The killing was one of several brazen attacks across the metro Atlanta area involving armored car guards. The case was investigated by the FBI, and several others were implicated in the crimes.