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MOBILE, Alabama -- Authorities are looking for two men who escaped from a Mobile detention facility early Monday.

Inmates Cody Wood and Carlton Beech were seen fleeing the prison shortly after midnight eventually getting in a white sport-utility vehicle parked on Interstate 65 south.

Wood is a white man, standing 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighing about 145 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a white Department of Corrections uniform. He was serving a 10-year sentence for a robbery and burglary conviction.

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MONTGOMERY, Ala.— A judge on Sunday blocked efforts by casino owner Milton McGregor to subpoena former Gov. Bob Riley to testify in the government corruption against him and eight others.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Terry Moorer ruled McGregor's lawyers failed to show the relevancy of Riley's testimony. The judge also blocked McGregor's efforts to subpoena three high-ranking state police officials from Riley's administration.

The ex-governor's attorney, Matt Lemke, said the ruling cleared the way for Riley to leave, as planned, on Monday for a motorcycle trip from Alabama to Alaska.

Lembke argued in a court hearing Saturday that there was no reason to subpoena Riley. He said the judge's order Sunday night confirmed that.

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Covington County

Media Report

Wednesday 06 08 through Saturday 06 11

317    Total Calls

23     Medical Emergency

7     General Disturbance

14     MVA

 

Jail Report

Booked In    42

Released     31

Total in Custody   193

 

Andalusia-1 Arrest on Warrants

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Jail-5

 

Covington County Jail Report

Wednesday 06 08 through Saturday 06 11

Wednesday 06 08

Billy Tillery  50    Child Support                      -0-

Diane B. Brown  38    FTA                             $598.cash

Sonya M. Williams  41    GJI(poss/rec.

controled subs.)          $13,000

Ladarrius D. McNeil  22   Burg.3rd/TOP2nd/

Criminal Misch 3rd        $23,000

Angel M. Nichols  35    Contempt of Court

Regina Phillips  39       Contempt of Court

Alma J. Dayton  33      Contempt of Court

Juliana A. Bryant  34    Contempt of Court

Barbara Richardson  30       VOP                          -0-

Bryan K. Brewer  33       FTA                           $1,000

Thursday 06 09

Justin D. Buckalew  21      DUI                           $7,500.

Zachary D. Coon  18      FTA                             $333.cash

Dennis Douglas  30     TOP3rd/Burg.3rd               $20,000

Christopher J. Folmar  32    Back for Court

Michael J. Wise  34     Back for Court

Lavoris Edwards  36    Child Support

Kristopher L. Carter  24    Contributing to Delq.

of Minor x2               $3,000

Hinton L. Short  39    NWNI                               $3,000

Tia Nicole Denmon  29    Hold for Other Agency

Lawton Simmons  48    DUI                                $7,500

Friday 06 10

William K. Clark  36    NWNI                                $3,000.

Jason L. Rogers  32    VOP sentenced               -0-

Joshua C. Fowler  31      VOP sentenced           -0-

Donna Johns  48    Serving Weekends

Jeanette Cobb  40    Serving Weekends

Keeth D. Morgan  44    FTA                                  -0-

Ashdon E. Tate  21  Serving Weekends

Robbie C. Raley  24    Serving Weekends

Samuel E. Maze  38    Serving Weekends

Sandra Crawford  25    Serving Weekends

Wanda Jordan  47    NWNI x6/ Prob. Rev.          $18,000/No Bond

Jessica Gray  22    Dom. Viol.3rd                        $3,000

Reginald P. James  26    FTA                              $431.cash

Saturday 06 11

Andrew T. Halford  37    DUI                              $7,500

Christina Willismd  34    Hold for Other Agency

Scotty D. Cannon  37    DUI                               $1,000

Sonya Adams    46          Serving Weekends

Willie J. Porter  58    DUI                                    $7,500

David N. Bush  29     FTA x3                              No Bond

Timothy D. Magelitz  44    DUI/Carrying

Concealed Weapon    $1,500

Merenda L. Magelitz  46   Dom. Viol.3rd/

Escape 3rd         $1,000

Jenna C. Holley  29    Public Intoxication               $300.

 

A Webb man is dead after a gunfight with his ex-wife in her home in the Kinsey area Friday morning.

Matthew Paul Forrester, 29, of Webb, was shot to death by Tina Marie Forrester, 29, of Kinsey around 3 a.m. Friday.

Houston County Sheriff Andy Hughes said Matthew Forrester entered the home before 3 a.m. Friday armed with a handgun. Matthew and Tina Forresterhad been involved in ongoing disputes, and a male acquaintance of Tina Forrester’s was present at the home because she feared for her life, Hughes said.

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Friday, 10 June 2011 15:39

Manhunt underway in Midland City

 

Law enforcement officers are conducting

a manhunt in the Midland City area.

 

Dale County Sheriff Wally Olson said

authorities are seeking Tyrone Ledell Caine

for kidnapping and assault.

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On June 4, 2011 the Dothan Police Department responded to a domestic related stabbing at a residence in the 500 block of Dutch Street. Investigators responded to the scene and began a full investigation that has continued over the past week. Previously, information about this case was not released due to the ongoing investigation. Violent Crime Investigators have now completed their initial steps in the case and have made a felony arrest for attempted murder.

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BAY MINETTE, Alabama  -- A Baldwin County judge ruled Wednesday that a Summerdale father will serve 20 years in prison for placing his infant son in scalding bath water in 2009 and leaving him there for 5 minutes.

The baby, who was 6 months old at the time, suffered first- and second-degree burns, authorities said.

Michael York, 23, apologized to his family prior to receiving his sentence and asked Circuit Judge Charles Partin for a second chance to become a productive member of society.

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Thursday, 09 June 2011 15:40

Fire risk high around the area

Drought conditions in the Wiregrass are nearing historic levels, and the threat of wildfires is growing as the lack of rain continues.

The outdoor burning ban issued by Gov. Robert Bentley for all 67 counties in Alabama on Tuesday is part of an emergency drought condition declaration.

The Dothan Fire Department said anyone setting a fire for any purpose will be subject to prosecution. The ban includes campfires, trash fires and those intended for land clearing, and the department will issue no burn permits until conditions improve. The department wants any hazardous situations or conditions to be reported.

The layer of smoke in the area this week was from wildfires burning in New Mexico, the department said.

Alabama is running fairly close to the drought conditions in 2007, said Mike Kysera spokesperson for theAlabama Forestry Commission.

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The Walton County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) yesterday arrested Robert Clay Posey, 51, of DeFuniak Springs, Fla, on marijuana drug charges.


The WCSO executed a search warrant May 27 at Posey's residence at 183 Vanderheide Road and located approximately 27 marijuana plants and drug paraphernalia used to cultivate the illegal substance.

 

Posey was charged with one count of producing marijuana, a third-degree felony; and one count of possession of narcotic equipment, a first-degree misdemeanor.

 

He turned himself in to the Walton County Jail.

The Walton County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) today announces the arrest of John Michael Mullins, 38, and Moranda Denise Reynolds, 21, both of DeFuniak Springs, Fla, on methamphetamine drug charges.

The WCSO investigation began May 26 after deputies received information regarding the possible presence of a methamphetamine lab at 252 Briar Road.  Reynolds fled the residence when deputies arrived. Mullins was arrested on-scene.
WCSO deputies subsequently searched the residence and discovered hazardous chemicals used to produce methamphetamine.
Mullins and Reynolds were charged with one count each of manufacturing drugs in a home with a child present, a first-degree felony; producing methamphetamine, a second-degree felony; possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, a third-degree felony; and possession of narcotics equipment, a first-degree misdemeanor.
Reynolds was arrested June 7.
Both suspects were booked into the Walton County Jail.

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