Montgomery Regional Airport investigate stolen police vehicle   



(Montgomery, AL) – Getaway with the Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM) – but don’t take the police vehicle, please! The Airport Police Department and the City of Montgomery Police Department authorities are investigating an airport police car theft.

Airport Police Chief Loyd Jenkins says the vehicle was taken Saturday morning shortly after 4 a.m. Authorities have since located the vehicle and are looking for the suspect.

MGM is offering a reward of two first-class seats and free parking to any of our four nonstop destinations for anyone with details and information leading to an arrest.

“Getaway in style to four of the direct international hubs that MGM offers for an escape, but please don’t take the police vehicle,” said MGM Director Wade A. Davis. “The Airport Police Department is working with the City of Montgomery to find and apprehend the subject – at this time, no further information is available.”


The Montgomery Airport Police Department has arrested 30-year-old, Gabriel Zachariah Jones, of Montgomery, for Theft of Property 1st, in reference to the motor vehicle theft that occurred earlier this morning at the Montgomery Regional Airport. The Montgomery Airport Police Department along with the Lowndes County Sherriff Office, were able to locate the vehicle on Hwy 80 in Lowndes County. Jones has been placed in the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.   


Montgomery Regional Airport offers non-stop flights to Atlanta, Georgia (ATL); Charlotte, North Carolina (CLT); Dallas, Texas (DFW), and Washington, D.C. (DCA).  MGM currently serves the region with daily flights by American and Delta Airlines.  For more information on the airport, visit


05-13-2023 MGM Investigates Police Vechicle Theft