(From left to right, top to bottom) Key, Abuwali, Williams, Thompson, Overton, Lockett, Tyrues and Stewart.
UPDATE - 8:36 A.M. - 8/27/2013
Dothan Police have arrested Carlos Camile Stewart in connection with Sunday's incident at the "Outcast" motorcycle clubhouse. Police made the arrest at at approximately 11 pm on Monday night.
Stewart is facing two charges for second degree assault, for allegedly taking part in a fight at 414 North Appletree Street. Seven other people have been arrested in connection with the fight.
11:03 p.m. - 8/26/2013
On Aug. 25 the Dothan Police Department responded to the 400 block of North Appletree Street after receiving reports of multiple subjects assaulting two individuals.
Investigators say the incident began when one of the victims, a 27-year-old man began arguing with a woman outside of the “Outcast Motorcycle Club” located at 414 N. Appletree Street.
As the victims attempted to leave, they were violently assaulted by several individuals. The victims suffered multiple bruises and abrasions, but identified their assailants as being Wendell Key, 42, of Chrisney Lane; Eze Abuwali, 43, of Madison; Robert Williams Jr., 50, of Huntsville; Johney Thompson, 55, of Opelika, Dominic Overton, 31, of Ozark, Michael Lockett, 45, of New Market, Rafael Tyrues, 31, of Ozark and Carlos Stewart.
The victims refused medical treatment at the scene and all but Carlos Stewart were arrested at the location.
Key, Abuwali, Williams, Thompson, Overton, Lockett and Tyrues were arrested and charged with two counts of second degree Assault. Their bond amount has each been set at $30,000.
The Dothan Police Department is seeking the help of the local community in locating Carlos Camile Stewart, who is wanted on two counts of second degree Assault, in connection with the incident that occurred at 414 N Cherry Street.
Stewart is a black male, who stands at 5 feet 8 inches and weighs approximately 200 pounds.
Police are asking anyone with information regarding Stewart’s whereabouts to call the Dothan Police Department at 334-615-3000.
Community members wanting to assist anonymously can either call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at (334) 793-7000 or text the word ‘DACS’ and your Tip to CRIME (274637).
The Dothan Police Department will stringently guard and protect the identities of all those who wish to help in an anonymous capacity.