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Search Happening Now for Double Murder Suspect near Elmore County Line



The Elmore County Sheriff’s Office is assisting the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s office in a manhunt for suspected double-murderer Ashley Paul Kenney.

Elmore Sheriff Bill Franklin confirmed that some of his deputies are near the line of Elmore County and Tallapoosa County trying to locate Ashley Paul Kenney, 24, of Alex City.

Kenney is to be considered armed and dangerous. Do not approach him, officials warn, but instead call 911 if you believe you have seen him or know his current whereabouts. CrimeStoppers is offering a reward for information on his location. (See more below)

Kenney is the prime suspect in a double murder on Oak Hill Drive Monday. The victims have been identified as Stephanie Nicole Motes, 40, and her son Cody Lane Motes, 18, both of Alex City.

Kenney reportedly left the scene in a 1996 Chevy Geo Tracker which was later discovered abandoned in Kellyton, Alabama.

Kenney faces two counts of murder. The victims were shot to death, officials confirmed. Kenney was living in the home with the victims.


Ashley Paul Kenney

Sex:                      Male

Age:                      24

Race:                    White

Height:  5’11”

Weight:               160

Criminal Charges

Murder (x2 counts)

Alexander City Police Department


Central Alabama CrimeStoppers Offers $2,000 Reward For Information Leading To Arrest Of Ashley Paul Kenney!


The Alexander City Police Department has officially notified CrimeStoppers that the Chevrolet Geo Tracker Ashley Kenney was last seen driving has been located. The vehicle was located in a trailer park located off of County Road 50 in Kellyton, AL.  Kenney is still at large.

There are currently two active warrants for Ashley Paul Kenney for Murder in Alexander City.

Ashley Paul Kenney is considered Armed and Dangerous!

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Ashley Paul Kenney, please immediately call the Alexander City Police Department or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

You may also use CrimeStoppers toll free number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

Your Tip may lead to a $2,000 Cash Reward!