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Agents of the Alabama Alcohol Beverage Control Board recently located and destroyed an illegal moonshine still near the city of Union Springs in Bullock County.  ABC Agents, assigned to the Moonshine Task Force, workin...
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MOBILE, Alabama — Mobile police responded this morning to a shooting scene in the 3700 block of Carlyle Close where one man was shot dead and two others were injured, officials said.

Officers arriving at Pine Bend Partments about 7:40 a.m. discovered three adult males with apparent gunshot wounds, according to police spokesman Officer Chrisopher Levy.

Two of the injured men were transported by Mobile Fire Rescue to the University of South Alabama Medical Center. Their wounds were not considered life-threatening, Levy said. The third man was pronounced dead on the scene, he said.

Police have identified the dead man as Charles White, 24, of Prichard.

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Saturday, 02 July 2011 14:01

Center Stage Alabama opens with 450 jobs

Just a few hours before doors opened to the public on Friday afternoon, a step ladder stretched toward the ceiling and the sound of vacuum cleaners and power tools could be heard at Center Stage Alabama.

Jeff Rubinan official with Center Stage Alabama, declined to make many comments about the facility’s official opening, but he took a couple of representatives from the Dothan Eagle on a tour of the bingo hall prior to its opening.

Rubin asked people to refer to the machines being used as “traditional paperless bingo” instead of electronic bingo. He said the facility includes more than 500 new machines. He declined to explain how the machines work, and suggested the Eagle employees come back later and play the machines.

“It's official, we're calling it traditional paperless bingo," Rubin said.

Hundreds of flat screen computer monitors filled a room that resembled a large computer lab. Each of the computer screens, which move with the touch of a finger, display a computerized bingo card in its center. The screens also display several icons, which include “touch to change denom by 5 cents,” “Help,” “Buy In” and “Play.” The words “Max Buy-In = 25 credits” line the bottom of the computer screen.

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Saturday, 02 July 2011 13:54

Motorcycle Crash on Houston County 203

Units from the Southern Junction Fire Department

and Rehobeth Rescue responded to a motorcycle

crash on Houston County 203 at Lota Road.

Reports from the scene were CPR in progress.

Dothan Fire Engine 2 was dispatched for mutual

aid to help Rehobeth Rescue.

A Dothan doctor convicted of a felony assault on his wife received a four-year prison sentence Friday, which was suspended for 90 days in the Houston County Community Corrections program.

Circuit Court Judge Larry Anderson listened to nearly two hours of testimony before he announced the sentence for 47-year-old Andrew Osborne. Houston County Community Corrections is a confined work release program.

Houston County jury found Osborne guilty last month of a felony second-degree domestic violence charge.

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Crime Stoppers of Holmes County is currently asking for the public’s assistance

in locating these wanted persons.

Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of these wanted persons

can call Crime Stoppers of Holmes County at 866-689-8477.

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The Walton County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) today arrested Phillip James Kelley (39) of Fort Walton Beach for Lewd and Lascivious on a child under 12 years of age. The investigation began in March of this year when the victim’s mother contact the Walton County Sheriff’s Office to report that her child had indicated that Kelley had put his hands down the front and rear of their pants. The victim stated to investigators that this had occurred on several occasions. Two (2) of the incidents occurred in Walton County, and one (1) incident occurred in Okaloosa County. The investigation also revealed that when Kelley would put his hands down the victim’s pants, the victim would slap his hands away. The victim also indicated that on one occasion Kelley committed his actions while other people were around, but he had covered the victim with a blanket during that time.

Sheriff Michael A. Adkinson Jr. stated “These are serious crimes and the Walton County Sheriff’s Office will aggressively pursue those involved in this type of activity”

On June 9, 2011 a warrant was issued for Kelley and subsequently on June 28 Deputy Darrell Goddin located and arrested Kelley and transported him to the Walton County Jail. Kelley remains in the Walton County Jail on a $50,000 bond

 

For Further Information Contact:

Captain Audie Rowell

Division Chief

Public Information Officer

Walton County Sheriff’s Office

(850) 892-8186 (main)

(850) 401-4599 (cell)

Local and state law enforcement agencies are expected to be in full force this weekend as travel increasesfor Independence Day plans.

According to AAA, an estimated 39 million residents are expected to travel 50 miles or more between Friday afternoon and Monday, July 4.

AAA Spokesman Clay Ingram said a majority of the travelers will likely drive through the southeastern region to reach Florida’s beaches or other attractions, like Disney World.

A total of 13 people were killed during last year’s Independence Day travel period in Alabama. About half of the fatalities involved alcohol, according to the state Department of Public Safety.

Ozark Police Chief Tony Spivey said several checkpoints will be set up throughout the city in an attempt to remove impaired drivers from the roadways.

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Wednesday, 29 June 2011 18:35

Two Dothan parents charged in child's death

Two Dothan parents face criminal charges after police arrested them in the connection to the death of their 4-year-old son.

According to a Dothan police statement, police arrested Christopher Aldridge, 35, and 23-year-old Stephanie Coogle, and charged them each with a single count of felony manslaughter.

The two parents were taken to the Dothan City Jail. Police say a bond will be determined later todaTwo Dothan parents face criminal charges after police arrested them in the connection to the death of their 4-year-old son.

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Sheriff LeRoy Upshaw announced the arrest of two Henry County men for the theft of fifteen thousand dollars worth of air conditioners in White Oak Shores.

Cumbass Jr., Joseph David W/M 38 years old of 445 Laurel Dr. Abbeville, AL was arrested June 23, 2011 on the following charges;

Theft Of Property 1st Degree- 3 counts

Receiving Stolen Property 1st Degree- 3 counts

Criminal Trespass3rd Degree- 3 counts


Cumbass was placed in the Barbour County jail with bonds totaling $33,000.00. Sheriff Upshaw said thatHenry County authorities contacted his jail Monday, requesting a hold be placed on Cumbass for the Henry County Sheriff's Office.

MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Country Crossing owner Ronnie Gilley said today that he might be returning to the courthouse as a prosecution witness in future trials over electronic bingo in Alabama.

Gilley continued testifying this afternoon in the State House vote-buying case, answering questions from defense lawyers about his cooperation with prosecutors. Gilley indicated his cooperation might not end with this trial.

Gilley testified that he "possibly" will be on the witness stand in other cases. He did not elaborate.

Gilley agreed to cooperate with prosecutors after pleading guilty to bribery, conspiracy and money laundering. Gilley testified that he worked with VictoryLand owner Milton McGregor and others to try to buy votes for a gambling bill before lawmakers last year.

But defense lawyers this afternoon tried to show holes in Gilley's testimony and continued to attack his credibility as a prosecution witness

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