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MONTGOMERY, AL -

Montgomery Police say they're working their second murder of the week after being called to the scene of a shooting, the victim: a 14-year-old girl.

Fire medics report that the little girl was treated for a single gunshot wound to the chest at a residence in the 3600 block of Castle Ridge Road Thursday evening around 5:30pm.

The victim was rushed to Baptist Medical Center South where she was pronounced dead.

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The Walton County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) is presently conducting a homicide investigation near Cypress Grove Lane in Seagrove, Fla.

A missing person was reported to the WCSO earlier today. The case has evolved into a homicide investigation. The WCSO is in the process of interviewing persons of interest and area residents who may have information regarding this case.

Further information will be released as it becomes available during the course of this active and ongoing criminal investigation.

For Further Information Contact:

Mike Morrison

Public Information Officer

Walton County Sheriff’s Office

(850) 892-8186 (main)

(850) 401-4612 (cell)

Thursday, 16 June 2011 13:18

Dothan doctor guilty of domestic violence

A Dothan doctor has been found guilty

of felony domestic violence.

Dr. Andrew Osborne was found guilty

on Thursday morning of second-degree

domestic violence.

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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 13:28

Covington County Jail & Media Report 06 14

Covington County 911 Media Report

Tuesday 06 14

68   Total Calls

5    Medical Emergency

1   General Disturbance

4    MVA

 

Jail-- 191

Booked in  --8

Released-- 7

 

Andalusia -Quiet

Opp-Quiet

in jail- 5

 

Covington County Jail Report

Tuesday 06 14

Name                age           Charge                   Bond

Olivia L. Hobbs  18    Burg.3rd/TOP1st                $30,000

Joann H. Baxley 57    Commitment Order             -0-

Ronnie Walker  59    Contempt                           -0-

Stephen A. Ainsworth 27  poss. Forged

Instr. 2nd                  $10,000

Monica L. Gorum 21   POCS/POM2nd/

PODP                     $20,500

Wesley A. Riley  39      DUI                                  $1,000

Andrew M. Conner 29    Back for Court

Brandon S.Owens  25   Back for Court

Bob Riley is burning rubber.

The former Alabama governor phoned in Tuesday afternoon from the highway outside Chicago. Riley was one day and 700 miles into a cross-country motorcycle ride that will take him from rural Ashland to wild Alaska and home again over the next 6 weeks.

He’s traveling solo, riding a sparkling new Harley-Davidson Road Glide.

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- The U.S. Space & Rocket Center needs 875 registrations to reach the goal of 2,011 more participants in week-long Space Camp programs this year.

"We're working to get that (registration) number up," said Michael Flachbart, the center's vice president of operations. The sales team is now focusing its efforts on school districts, especially those in cities with direct flights to Huntsville International Airport and whose school year starts after Labor Day.

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Troy police recently arrested a 37-year-old woman

on a charge she assaulted a police officer after being

charged with driving under the influence.

 

Court records indicate police charged Amelia McKnight,

of Helena, and charged her with felony second-degree

assault. Records indicate the charge stemmed from

McKnight allegedly becoming combative in the booking

area of the police department after the initial arrest for DUI.

8:55 and we are waiting for Judge Thompson to enter the courtroom. The defendants and their attorneys are present... Attorney Siegel is pacing back and forth with his hands clasped behind his back, waiting to continue his cross examination of Senator Beason. The government's team is in place. I will update when there is a break for me to copy and paste.


Senator Beason has just gotten on the stand. We are still waiting for the Judge and Jury.


9:01: Everyone is standing waiting for the Judge and Jury to enter the courtroom.


9:02 The Judge is in the courtroom and Mr. Siegel begins his testimony.


Siegel: Tell me if I am right about this, Mr. Crosby did not do anything different in the drafting the bill you wanted in 2010 that what you asked to be done? Whatever you say Mr. Crosby did with respect to the bill that you requested to draft in Jan of 2010, it is not your intention that he did it to assist Mr. McGregor in any way? Beason said that he did not know what Mr. Crosby’s intention was.

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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 11:58

Day Two of Trial of Dr. Andrew Osborne

 

Day two of the trial of Dr. Andrew Osborne began with the other police officer taking the stand and speaking to what Ms. Osborne stated on the night of the incident. The officer’s testimony was very short and no new information was gleaned from the testimony.


Next to take the stand was Dr. Enslaught (spelling?) who was the emergency room physician that treated Ms. Osborne when she was taken to the hospital. Dr, Enslaught stated the majority of Ms. Osborne’s injuries were to her face and they were consistent with being assaulted. There were x-rays as well as a ct scan ordered on Ms. Osborne because of her injuries. Her ulna (small bone on outside of forearm) was fractured in what the doctor referred to as a spiral fracture. Dr. Enslaught advised this type of fracture could be thought of as a defensive injury or defensive posturing. Ms. Osborne did admit to drinking that evening and told Dr. Enslaught she had two glasses of wine. He did not order a drug or alcohol screen because she was lucid and coherent.


Under cross examination, Dr. Enslaught, stated the injuries to Ms. Osborne’s face were fairly equal on both sides of her face. When asked about her broken ulna, the doctor stated it could have occurred if she had fallen down. Dr. Enslaught stated Ms. Osborne did not tell him she had been thrown to the floor 5 to 6 times and that she had lost consciousness. This was a point of contention that would be raised later by defense attorney Adams. As to injury to Ms. Osborne’s ears, the doctor noted that there was no injury to the inside of the ear and that there was no blood present behind the ear drum and that the ear drum was in fact intact. At this point, the doctor was asked to go over photos with the jury and explain what each was and what the photo showed, after which Dr. Enslaught was excused from the stand.

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WKNI TV 25 is in route to a motor vehicle accident that has been reported to have had 3 fatalities. The accident occured around 7pm Monday night and was in the area of the  Wing Community . on Hwy 137 and County Road 4 just North of the Florida Alabama State line. WKNI will update the story as soon as we get on the ground.

 

UPDATE One.

 

2 vehicle accidents happened at 6:50 Pm Last night. Driver 1 was 19 years old Christine Harris of Birmingham Alabama she was injured. She was driving a 2010 Toyota.

Passenger 17 years old Leslie Hendricks was injured he is from Birmingham also.

Vehicle 2 was a 1993 Ford the driver was 54 year old Diane Poire of Sarasota Florida. She was injured. She had 3 children in the vehicle and all 3 children are reported to have been killed. No information as to the ages or names of the children is available at this time.

As has been in the past WKNI TV will not post any Video or Pictures of any local Fatalities.

We will continue to update when we get more.

 

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