Theft charges dropped against Dothan pastor accused of murder in another case

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Dothan (WTVY)-- Police dropped a theft charge against a Dothan pastor also charged with murder because of a computer entry error.

Pastor Kenneth Glasgow speaking at the March for our Lives rally in Dothan on March 24, 2018.

A Dothan officer this week arrested Reverend Kenneth Glasgow and charged him with Receiving Stolen Property because he believed Glasgow’s license plate was stolen.

However, investigators say they later determined information on the plate was entered in error after several license plates were reported stolen in Georgia.

Following his arrest on the theft charge, prosecutors sought to revoke Glasgow’s $75,000 on his murder charge but dropped their effort after learning of the error.

Glasgow and his friend Jamie Townes are charged in the shooting death of a Dothan woman police say stole Townes car in March 2018.

While officers believe Townes fired the deadly shots that killed 23-year-old Breunia Jennings they charged Glasgow because investigators say didn’t try to stop the shooting.