Court Square, Andalusia
LBW Community College in Andalusia is launching a new program this fall designed for people who work full time during the day.
The new program will make it possible for students to continue working while earning a degree by committing two nights a week for two years in a specific curriculum.
The plan is to enroll a “cohort” of students, a group that will work together through the same academic curriculum, to begin this fall and graduate in the spring of 2015. A new group will be started every fall.
On May 31st, investigators with the Walton County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) arrested Brian Keith Weeks, 48, of DeFuniak Springs, after allegations that Weeks molested a minor. During the investigation, law enforcement gathered several pieces of information, which led to a search warrant being served at 174 Petty Lane. The search warrant allowed investigators to locate and collect numerous items of evidence related to the charges. In addition, several firearms were found in the home. Weeks is a convicted felon and is prohibited from possessing firearms.
On May 30, 2013 at 11:00PM, Officers with the Enterprise Police Department responded to an armed robbery call at the Hobo Pantry located at 3660 Rucker Blvd. Enterprise, AL. The cashier stated that two black males made forced entry into the store by shooting out a glass door. The suspects forced the cashier into the back of the store at gunpoint and assaulted her. One suspect was dressed in dark jeans and a red Troy University sweatshirt and the other suspect was dressed in dark colored jeans, gray hoodie, and a White Sox baseball hat. Both suspects are between 5’9” and 6’00” in height. The cashier was treated for injuries at Medical Center Enterprise and released
The Enterprise Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is investigating this robbery and asks that anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these subjects to contact the Enterprise Police Department at (334) 347-2222.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Alabama - Three people died early today in a crash on Highway 119 involving two motorcycles and a truck, Deputy Jefferson County Coroner Mark Stewart said.
The truck and the motorcycles were traveling in opposite directions when the crash happened at 12:41 a.m. near the highway's intersection with Myers Road.
Thursday 05 30 through Saturday 06 01
249 Total Calls
46 Medical Emergency
123 Police Calls
Booked In: 29
Total in Custody: 237
Melvin L. Williams Jr. 32 Att. To Elude/Reckless
Driving/Resisting Arrest $1,500
Thomas H. Morrow 29 Manufacturing 1st/Trafficking/
PODP/POM 2nd $557,500
Ragen N. Griffin 23 NWNI $3,000
Duane West 55 Hold for Other Agency
Eric L. Person 37 Hold for Other Agency
Aaron M. Justice 36 FTA $2,458. cash
Milton Wright 35 Dom. Viol. 3rd/VOP $3,000
Michael J. Sanders 45 Violation of Unemployment
Karoline Hinnant 27 FTA $560. Cash
Ashley Grondin 25 FTA x2 -0-
Jeanetta Brown 40 Serving Weekends
James Johns 69 Serving Weekends/Pub. Intox $3,000
Janet S. Turner 37 POCS/PODP/POM 2nd/
TOP 2nd $150,000
Tammy Maddox 40 Serving Weekends
Ashley Smith 30 FTA $343. Cash
Ervin D. Lane 33 Child Support -0-
Melvin Capps 47 POCS/PODP $13,000
Jesus H. Cisnerns 43 Open Cont./Poss. Of
Untaxed Alcohol $1,000
Kimberly Johnson 43 DUI $1,000
Debra Roberts 49 DUI $1,000
Summer Thompson 20 Harassing Comm. $500
Derrick L. Jones 29 FTA x1/Breaking&Entering
x13/TOP 3rd x8 $154,000
Jimmy A. Rowell 2nd 40 Serving Weekends
Theodore Taylor Jr. 19 Poss. Of Alcohol-Minor $3,000
OGareis McGee 18 Minor inPoss. Of Alcohol/
Disorderly Conduct $6,000
Austin Scuerf 18 Minor inPoss. $3,000
Joseph Tillery 25 DUI $7,500
Aaron Lowe 20 Minor inPoss. Alcohol $300.
Xavier Renfro 29 VOP -0-
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- The Montgomery Police Department is seeking a woman for questioning in reference to the discharging of a firearm into an occupied dwelling.
GADSDEN, Alabama – A Gadsden man was sentenced to 100 years in prison for murder and corpse abuse in the 2009 deaths of his father-in-law and his wife's cousin, court records show.
Robert Wayne Kelley, 38, was charged in the disappearance and deaths of James Bachelor, 38, and Rocky Morgan, 55,whose burned remains were found in Etowah County two weeks after they went missing.
On May 29, 2013, members of the Enterprise Police Department Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant at 106 Baxter Street Enterprise, AL. Marijuana and over $900.00 in currency was seized during the raid. Terrell Goods, 35, of Enterprise, AL was arrested and charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana 1st and Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Goods was transported to the Coffee County Jail after arrest.
morning, Drug Task Force Agent Greg Jackson attempted to make a traffic stop near the Bulldog Car-wash in Andalusia. After Agent Jackson initiated his blue lights, the vehicle fled to 9th Avenue. Agent Jackson saw the driver throw something out of the window of the car. DTF Commander Mark Odom,who had responded to assist Agent Jackson, was able to recover the discarded items which included marijuana and digital scales.After Agent Jackson stopped the vehicle, he arrested Kevin Lamar Huff, 25, of Andalusia, for Possession of Marijuana 1st, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia,Reckless Endangerment, and Attempting to Elude Law Enforcement. Huff was also arrested for Violation of Probation and remains in the Covington County Jail without bond."Drug dealers are a scourge on society," declared Commander Odom. "Four years ago, Kevin Huff was convicted of selling drugs and went to prison. Apparently,he was back in business soon after his release. To drug dealers, selling dope is just business. Our business is to stop dealers like Huff before they inflict even more devastation on Covington County."