Feds help negotiate Glenn's surrender

TRUSSVILLE, ALA. (WBRC) - Luther Glenn has been charged with attempted murder and first degree robbery, according to Chief Don Sivley with the Trussville Police.

Glenn surrendered himself to authorities around 4 p.m. Friday afternoon at the Trussville Country Club. The U.S. Marshal Service and the Alabama Bureau of Investigation negotiated with someone who called authorities on Glenn's behalf and arranged the proceedings.

Glenn had someone drive him to the country club where he turned himself in.

"It's a big relief and I know it's going to be a big relief for Officer Reid," Sivley told Fox 6 News.

Sivley said they do believe Glenn was in the woods near where officers were searching earlier in the day, but he got out of the area before anyone could get to him. The country club is about two miles from where officers started their search.

Glenn was charged with the new crimes but was arrested on a warrant for a probation violation.

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