The woman we talked to hopes the arrest gets him some help.
There are apparent contradictions between Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's account of his relationship with his wife Kayla and information contained in public records.
The court in 1989 awarded Kayla permanent custody of Heather, who had been adopted by Moore.
Kayla’s second marriage, to Moore, started off on an unusual note, as she filed for bankruptcy a day after they applied for a marriage license and four days before they ultimately tied the knot, court records show.
She asked to meet him Tuesday evening in Carbondale.
She spotted him at a Turkey Hill in town where police put him in cuffs.
"That was always an assumption," a source with knowledge of Kayla's first marriage said when asked whether she dated Moore before finalizing her divorce.The campaign and its close allies have also questioned whether there was a phone installed in the bedroom of one of his accusers; whether a yearbook signature that appears to belong to Moore was doctored; and whether a woman, who claims she was 14 years old when Moore initiated sexual contact with her, was capable of walking one mile to a location where he once picked her up.Amid an outpouring of misconduct allegations, Moore’s campaign has clearly set the standard that details are important and should be vetted rigorously.Divorce records obtained by the show that Kayla, however, had not yet even filed for divorce from her first husband, John Charles Heald, by the time she caught Moore’s attention at the Christmas gathering.In fact, Kayla and Heald had only just separated on Dec.