Glasgow, 53, is accused of placing a stolen license plate on his vehicle in Dothan, according to Dothan Police Department. Glasgow is charged with possessing stolen property. The pastor was charged in March after an occupant in a car he was driving shot and killed a person, according to court documents. Glasgow is co-accused as the driver of the vehicle, which makes him eligible for capital murder charges under Alabama law. Jamie Townes, 27, is Glasgow’s co-accused. Townes reported that his car had been stolen and that Glasgow had offered to give him a lift to search for it. Following a multi-vehicle collision, Townes got out of the back seat and, according to police, began firing at the driver of a Monte Carlo. Jennings, who had a long history of mental illness, was the driver. The charges against both men are yet to be seen by a grand jury.