A suspect has been arrested for the weekend murder of a Dothan man.
Henry County Sheriff Lawton Ed Armstrong identified the suspect as 28-year-old James Stuckey of Dothan.
Stuckey was picked-up by Houston County deputies around noon Tuesday. He was later turned over to Henry County investigators.
Stuckey is accused in the shooting death of 23-year-old Charles Hatfield of Dothan. The victim's body was found off a Henry County dirt road Saturday morning.
Sheriff Armstrong says Stuckey and Hatfield knew each other and may have worked together. Police have not established a motive for the killing.
Stuckey is being held in the Henry County jail. Bond in the case has been set at $500,000.
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