Jonathan Darrell “Peaches” Moten, 27, was charged with burglary in the third degree. Busby said Tuesday afternoon that Moten’s initial court appearance hadn’t happened yet, and bond had not been set.
Moten is accused of breaking into the Battle Street Subway location in July 2012, between closing and opening the next day. After gaining entry, an office door was forced open and some $484 in cash was taken.
Moten is also facing charges of shooting into an occupied building and shooting into an occupied vehicle in connection with an incident at the Elks Lodge in December 2012.
Burglary in the third degree, shooting into an occupied building and shooting into an occupied vehicle are all Class C felonies in Alabama, punishable by up to 10 years in prison.