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Armed Robbery in Enterprise on 06 November 2014, 09.38 by Staff in News
Armed Robbery in Enterprise
The Enterprise Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the Hobo Pantry 3660 Rucker Blvd. Enterprise, AL on November 5, 2014 8:00 PM.  An employee of the Hobo Pantry advised that a black ...
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STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS TASK FORCE FORMED; WIGGINS APPOINTED COMMANDER
[Montgomery, Alabama]  Under the direction of Secretary of Law Enforcement Spencer Collier, and in partnership with legacy agency heads, law enforcement investigative efforts for the State of Alabama are now coll...
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Two Held at Gunpoint by Citizen, Both Arrested for Burglary on 16 October 2014, 08.02 by Staff in News
Two Held at Gunpoint by Citizen, Both Arrested for Burglary
On October 14, 2014, shortly after 6 pm, deputies responded to 167 State Road 85 (Laurel Hill) for a burglary in progress.  A witness saw one male suspect enter the closed convenience store known as Paradise Lott...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 10 02 on 08 October 2014, 13.14 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportSaturday 10 0486 Total Calls20 Medical Emergency25 Police Calls2 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportSaturday 10 04Booked In: 8Released: 4Total in Custody: 198Covington County Ja...
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Covington CountyMedia ReportFriday 10 0399 Total Calls14 Medical Emergency36 Police Calls1 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportThursday 10 02Booked In: 8Released: 9Total in Custody: 194Covington County Jail...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 10 02 on 07 October 2014, 08.29 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportThursday 10 0249 Total Calls9 Medical Emergency18 Police Calls0 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportThursday 10 02Booked In: 8Released: 11Total in Custody: 196Covington County Ja...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 10 01 on 07 October 2014, 08.17 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportWednesday 10 0192 Total Calls19 Medical Emergency37 Police Calls2 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportWednesday 10 01Booked In: 8Released: 11Total in Custody: 199Covington County ...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 30 on 07 October 2014, 08.08 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportTuesday 09 30115 Total Calls18 Medical Emergency40 Police Calls0 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportTuesday 09 30Booked In: 15Released: 7Total in Custody: 203Covington County Ja...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 29 on 30 September 2014, 14.08 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportMonday 09 2977 Total Calls15 Medical Emergency26 Police Calls1 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportMonday 09 29Booked In: 5Released: 8Total in Custody: 194Covington County Jail R...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 26 on 29 September 2014, 13.14 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportFriday 09 2668 Total Calls15 Medical Emergency25 Police Calls2 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportFriday 09 26Booked In: 5Released: 6Total in Custody: 199Covington County Jail R...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 28 on 29 September 2014, 12.23 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportSunday 09 2859 Total Calls11 Medical Emergency15 Police Calls1 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportSunday 09 28Booked In: 4Released: 2Total in Custody: 198Covington County Jail R...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 27 on 29 September 2014, 12.21 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportSaturday 09 2780 Total Calls19 Medical Emergency35 Police Calls0 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportSaturday 09 27Booked In: 2Released: 5Total in Custody: 196Covington County Ja...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 24 on 25 September 2014, 08.16 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportWednesday 09 2483 Total Calls14 Medical Emergency43 Police Calls1 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportWednesday 09 24Booked In: 5Released: 4Total in Custody: 201Covington County ...
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WCSO to Host First Jail Break Zombie 5K Fun Run on 24 September 2014, 17.31 by Staff in News
WCSO to Host First Jail Break Zombie 5K Fun Run
The Walton County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce our first Jail Break Zombie Fun Run!!  The course for this race will have obstacles. When: November 1, 2014Where: Walton County Sheriff’s Office lo...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 21 on 24 September 2014, 17.27 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportSunday 09 2169 Total Calls16 Medical Emergency19 Police Calls4 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportSunday 09 21Booked In: 4Released: 5Total in Custody: 208Covington County Jail R...
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Covington CountyMedia ReportSaturday 09 2068 Total Calls16 Medical Emergency31 Police Calls0 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportSaturday 09 20Booked In: 7Released: 3Total in Custody: 209Covington County Ja...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 19 on 22 September 2014, 10.55 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportFriday 09 1966 Total Calls20 Medical Emergency28 Police Calls0 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportFriday 09 19Booked In: 11Released: 11Total in Custody: 205Covington County Jail...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 18 on 22 September 2014, 10.50 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportThursday 09 1857 Total Calls8 Medical Emergency25 Police Calls6 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportThursday 09 18Booked In: 6Released: 8Total in Custody: 205Covington County Jai...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 17 on 22 September 2014, 10.45 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportWednesday 09 1778 Total Calls14 Medical Emergency35 Police Calls3 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportWednesday 09 17Booked In: 11Released: 9Total in Custody: 207Covington County ...
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Covington County Media & Jail Report 09 16 on 18 September 2014, 09.56 by Staff in News
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Covington CountyMedia ReportTuesday 09 1662 Total Calls13 Medical Emergency20 Police Calls0 Fire CallsCovington County Jail ReportTuesday 09 16Booked In: 7Released: 9Total in Custody: 205Covington County Jail...
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MOBILE, Alabama -- More than 80 head of cattle were taken to a stockyard in Robertsdale Tuesday after an 18-wheeler overturned on Interstate 10 just west of the George Wallace Tunnel, authorities said.

The driver of the tractor-trailer rig came out of the tunnel, lost control of the vehicle and it landed on its side, said David Johnson of the Alabama Department of Transportation.

The tractor pulled a double-decker trailer that carried 109 young beef cows, or weanlings, between the ages of 6 months and 10 months, said Dr. Andrew Duke, a veterinarian with Duke Animal Clinic. Duke was called early Tuesday morning to assist with the cleanup.

Weighing about 350 pounds each, the cows were being taken to a feed lot in the Midwest for fattening, he said. Of the 109 head of cattle inside the trailer, 13 cows died and 12 more had to be put down, Johnson said.

MONTGOMERY – Three Wiregrass residents charged with the kidnapping of three small children, prompting an Amber Alert in May, are set to stand trial in Dothan in November.

 

Melissa Lynn McGee, 36, Westly Rogers, 24, and Joshua Gilley, 25, were arraigned Wednesday on charges of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, kidnapping and carjacking. The three pleaded not guilty in front of Magistrate Judge Susan Russ Walker at the Frank M. Johnson Federal Courthouse in Montgomery.

 

According to a federal complaint, McGee is accused of masterminding a plan to lure a couple to the Wiregrass for the purpose of abducting their children (ages 2, 1 ½ and 2 ½ months). The complaint states Rogers confessed and said the plot was conceived by McGee, who wanted to take the children because she claimed they were being abused and wanted to deliver at least one of them to its biological father in Slocomb.

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12:15 p.m.– Lobbyist Jarrod Massey testified Tuesday former Rep. Terry Spicer of Elba provided “some type of assistance” in helping Massey’s firm land 14 or 15 lobbying contracts.

McGregor attorney Bobby Segall asked Massey about a series of contracts obtained by Massey’s firm. Massey testified Spicer “made calls and helped set up meetings” to land several contracts. Massey earlier testified he made monthly cash payments of between $1,500 and $3,000 to Spicer between 2001 and 2008.

Segall: “Would you agree that you had a member of the Alabama Legislature on your own personal retainer?”

Massey: “I don’t agree with the characterization. I did pay Mr. Spicer. I did bribe Mr. Spicer.”

Massey lost his composure on the stand after Segall repeatedly asked him about his efforts to hide the payments to Spicer by failing to file a 1099 form with the IRS.

“Sir, I bribed the man! I was trying to hide the payments. I bribed him. I bribed him. I did not file a 1099, I was bribing the man!”

Massey said it was difficult to separate Spicer’s actions during the time he was receiving the payments from Spicer. Massey said that some of Spicer’s acts in helping Massey land lobbying contracts were legal, beneficial to his district and similar to what other legislators did. He also said some of Spicer’s acts were not appropriate

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Wednesday, 13 July 2011 13:30

Two killed in 231 crash identified

Two Youngstown, Fla., residents were killed Wednesday morning

when the truck and the trailer they were hauling overturned on

U.S. Highway 231 and Kynesville Road.

 

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Bruce Reeder, 54,

was heading north on Highway 231 around 8:30 a.m. when he

overcorrected while exiting a curve to the right after his vehicle

drifted on to the shoulder of the road.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a

local woman on drug and child abuse charges.

 

Deputies responded to the Tom Thumb in Vernon, FL after receiving

a reckless driver call. Upon arrival on scene, deputies found a woman

behind the wheel of her vehicle passed out with a lit cigarette in hand

which had burnt a hole into the steering wheel. The suspect also had

her two children, ages 6 and 3, in the back seat of the vehicle

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Assault

ASSAULT10 Jul 2011

200 Block W MOORE RD

Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT10 Jul 2011

1400 Block LINDSEY BRIDGE RD

Harassment

 

ASSAULT09 Jul 2011

400 Block S COTTON

Harassment

 

ASSAULT08 Jul 2011

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Domestic Violence Third Degree

 

ASSAULT07 Jul 2011

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Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT05 Jul 2011

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Domestic Violence Third Degree

 

ASSAULT05 Jul 2011

MLK JR. EXPY

Harassment

 

Theft

THEFT06 Jul 2011

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Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or less)

 

THEFT05 Jul 2011

1700 Block E PIONEER DRIVE

Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or less)

 

 

 

 

MOBILE, Alabama -- A woman was robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight outside a Midtown bank shortly after noon today, Mobile police said.

No one was injured, and no arrests had been made as of Monday evening.

Police spokeswoman Ashley Rains said the woman was about to walk into the Wells Fargo bank branch at 3001 Dauphin St. about 12:10 p.m. when a man approached her, pulled a handgun and took her purse.

Monday, 11 July 2011 17:36

Lightning destroys house

The Enterprise Fire Department responded to a call on a house fire at 206 Sonya Drive Saturday around 4 p.m.

When firefighters arrived, Chief Byron Herring said flames were visible and coming from both ends of the house with the attic area also in flames.

A vehicle was also totally destroyed by the fire inside the garage area. Occupants of the house were not at home at the time of the fire.

Monday, 11 July 2011 17:21

Former waiter gets 12-year sentence

A judge recently sentenced a former Geneva waiter to serve a dozen years in prison in connection to a video camera found hidden in the women’s restroom at the restaurant where he worked.

 

Assistant Geneva County District Attorney Bill Filmore said the jury found Arturo Ventura, 34, of Geneva guilty earlier this year of three felony charges, which included two counts of attempted production of obscene matter and possession of obscene matter. Filmore said the jury also convicted Ventura of two misdemeanor criminal surveillance charges.

Monday, 11 July 2011 17:09

Lobbyist testifies of bribes

MONTGOMERY – A casino lobbyist testified Monday that it cost $25,000 to save Sen. Harri Anne Smith from a “bad political move.”

Jarrod Massey, who was the lobbyist for Country Crossing in 2008, said Smith sought his help after she wanted her bingo bill withdrawn from the Senate Tourism Committee, where it had been assigned. Smith’s bill, introduced in early April of 2008, would have defined bingo in Houston County as a game played on paper cards if voted on and passed in a referendum. Less than two weeks after introducing the bill, Smith sought to have the bill withdrawn. Massey said Smith approached him and asked him to speak to the chairman of the Senate Tourism Committee, where the bill had been assigned.

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