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An Enterprise man faces a criminal charge after Hartford police arrested him for the failure to provide proper medical care for his horse.
Hartford Police Chief Ben Berry said investigators arrested Martin Gonzalez, 45, and charged him with misdemeanor animal cruelty.
Berry said the charge stemmed from police responding to a motorist report of a horse down in a field on state Highway 52 about two miles outside downtown Hartford. He said police went to the home on April 29 and after finding the horse immediately told Gonzalez to call a veterinarian.
A Geneva teenager pleaded guilty Monday to sending nude pictures of himself to a 12-year-old Ashford girl.
Assistant Houston County District Attorney Patrick Amason said 19-year-old Branden Wayne Utley pleaded guilty to all three felony charges filed against him. Houston County Sheriff’s investigators arrested Utley in late October 2010, on two felony counts of transmitting obscene material and a single felony charge of enticing a child for immoral purposes.
Court records indicate Utley pleaded guilty to using a computer to send at least two nude pictures of himself to the girl on Oct. 16. Records also indicate he was charged with enticing the same girl to Westgate Park on Friday Oct. 22, for the purpose of sex.
Media Report for
Sunday 05 08
61 Total Calls
7 Medical Emergencies
5 General Disturbance
Booked In 6
Total in Custody 193
Andalusia- 1 Arrest on Warrant for Indesent Exposure
1 minor 2 car Accident in front of Daisey Cleaners
Covington County Jail Report
Sunday 05 08
Joshua E. Jackson 22 DUI $1,500.
Gelacio Tenorio 45 DUI $1,000
Adrian Clark 26 POM2nd/PODP $10,500
Hugo A. Ortiz 20 POM1st/PODP/
Trespass 3rd $33,500
Gelacio Tenorio 45 Hold for Other Agency
Bobby L. Craney 24 FTA $1,000
The Walton County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) is seeking information regarding an attempted bank robbery that occurred at approximately 1 p.m. today at the Regions Bank located at 23259 N. Highway 331 in Paxton, Fla.
The suspect is described as a white male who is approximately six feet tall and weighs approximately 290 pounds. He was wearing dark glasses and a long black beard. The beard may be a disguise.
The suspect was driving a newer model silver Ford Mustang with a black convertible top.
If you have information regarding this incident, please contact the Walton County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 892-8111 or your local law enforcement agency.
For Further Information Contact:
Public Information Officer
Walton County Sheriff’s Office
(850) 892-8186 (main)
(850) 401-4612 (cell)
BAY MINETTE, Alabama -- A man shot while allegedly trying to run over a deputy during an attempted burglary is set to be arraigned in June.
Officers on Wednesday charged Timothy Lashawn Hooks, 36, of Stockton with attempted first-degree assault. A Baldwin County grand jury indicted Hooks in the case last month. His arraignment is scheduled June 8, according to court records.
An Enterprise man is in custody at the Coffee County Jail after he was arrested Monday for allegedly trying to sell stolen metal.
Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy Ronnie Whitworth said Henry Lee Rankin, 28, of Ouida Street attempted to sell $6,000 to $20,000 worth of stainless steel at Jack Metals in Jack.
The metal is believed to have been taken from the Wayne Farms plant in nearby New Hope “piece by piece” over the past few weeks, Whitworth said.
Officers arrested Rankin at Jack Metals. He was booked into the Coffee County Jail on a charge of first-degree receiving stolen property.
Rankin was also charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.
MOBILE, Alabama -- A Theodore man is out on bail after he was arrested and charged with second-degree assault for a stabbing that occurred at a bus stop Friday, according to Mobile police and Mobile County Metro Jail records.
William Willard, 24, was arrested following the incident. Mobile police responded at 4:45 p.m. Friday to a call about a cutting on Rangeline Service Road, officials said. A Mobile County Sheriff's deputy had a male in custody. The adult female victim suffered cuts to her face, officials said.
Here, by county, are the names of those who died in the April 27, 2011, storms.
Biographical information on the victims is included, and continues to be added. The (bio) link takes you to stories with more information. (As we work to add those links, and build a database of those who died, you can also read "tornado victims 2011."
DECATUR -- A woman was arrested on assault charges Thursday stemming from a fight in February, police said.
Two women began fighting on Feb. 14 at an apartment in the 2100 block of Central Parkway. During the fight, one woman broke a glass and cut the other woman in her left calf, police said.
The injured woman was treated at Decatur General Hospital, her injuries requiring 40 stitches, police said.
MOBILE, Ala. — A Prichard man got probation last week after admitting that he spent his dead mother’s Social Security checks.
Charles Austin Martin, 58, pleaded guilty in January to theft of public money. He admitted that he kept a total of $33,588 after failing to report to the Social Security Administration that his mother had died.