2010 Statutory Rape Suspect Captured in Alabama
By Jessie Williams
A man wanted in Macon County for statutory rape in 2010 was captured in Boaz, Alabama, last month.
According to Chief Deputy Bryon Satterfield, 30-year-old Roman Flores, was charged with criminal trespass and statutory rape on March 12, 2010.
He was able to post bond following his arrest but failed to appear at the scheduled court date.
Flores was entered into the NCIC database as a fugitive until November 2018, when he was detained by authorities in Boaz, Alabama.
Flores was identified as a wanted fugitive and extradited back to Macon County to face his charges.
Flores was also arrested in Macon County on March 2, 2010 – just ten days prior to the alleged sexual assault charge – for aggravated assault and criminal impersonation.
During that incident, Flores allegedly was involved in an altercation with a neighbor and a weapon was involved.
Deputies were called to the scene, and he was identified as the suspect with a weapon. He allegedly identified himself as law enforcement in order to get the victim to open the door before assaulting them.
Mr. Flores remains an inmate at the Macon County Jail without bond since his extradition from Boaz.