GULF SHORES, Alabama — Police revealed Tuesday that a dozen people were involved in the counterfeiting and drug bust Thursday that started with three people trying to use about $900 in fake $20 bills to purchase tickets to the Hangout Music Festival.
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Fighting Back: Camp Horizon Helps Troubled Youth | Mobile AL, Pensacola FL News, Weather, Sports | WPMI-TV | Local15TV.comWednesday, May 22nd, 2013
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WPMI) The juvenile system is packed with kids who have committed some type of crime. In Baldwin County, commissioners want to see that number decrease significantly. So, as an alternative to a juvenile detention center some kids are going to a wilderness camp
3 Teens Cause Car Chases in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach | Mobile AL, Pensacola FL News, Weather, Sports | WPMI-TV | Local15TV.comTuesday, May 21st, 2013
GULF SHORES, Ala. (WPMI) Police say three teens from Pensacola crossed the state line, causing car chases in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
It all happened around 5 a.m. Sunday, after a man in Gulf Shores called police saying his car was being stolen from his driveway.
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) – For the second time in as many weeks, several illegal immigrants were arrested and charged on allegations of sexual abuse.
GULF SHORES, Alabama — A report of a stolen vehicle early Sunday morning led to three suspects crashing in three different cars on Pleasure Island — one into Lake Shelby, another partially into the Intracoastal Canal and another suffered severe injuries after taking out a utility pole in Orange Beach.
GULF SHORES, Alabama — An attempt by a few individuals to purchase single-day tickets at the Hangout Music Festival led to a larger counterfeiting and drug bust in town, according to Gulf Shores police.
LOXLEY, Alabama – An Indiana man arrested earlier this week in Loxley is facing charges in his home state, along with charges in Alabama and Federal charges.
Loxley woman found guilty of manslaughter in 2011 stabbing death of husband – GulfCoastNewsToday.com: NewsThursday, May 16th, 2013
BAY MINETTE, Alabama – A Loxley woman could face up to 20 years in prison after being convicted Tuesday of manslaughter in the 2011 stabbing death of her husband.
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. (WALA) – A Robertsdale business is still trying to find out why their alarm company didn’t notify them when their shop was broken into. We first told you about Graves Coins last week when thieves made off with $10,000 worth of collectable coins.
BAY MINETTE – A pair of Bay Minette teens were arrested and charged for assaulting a woman and her son at a baseball game two weeks ago.
The April 29 assault at Halliday Park led to the arrest of Dylan Michael Capps and James Wesley Cook. The teens were detained Tuesday and booked into the Baldwin County Corrections Center.
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – A Bay Minette woman said she received a phone call from a business offering her a free medical device. The Better Business Bureau said it may have been a tactic to get information and bill unsuspecting people.
Another sexual assault charge has been filed against for a former standout player at Spanish Fort High School.
Deon Johnson is now facing his fourth sexual assault charge in the past year.
MOBILE, Alabama – A federal judge today adopted the recommendations of a magistrate judge and denied former Orange Beach Mayor Steve Russo’s request to set aside his conviction on public corruption charges.
A Foley man involved in a 2012 fatal crash has been indicted on a manslaughter charge.
Michael Jones, 32, of the 18200 block of Airport Road, is charged in the death of Donald Banks, 41, of Foley.
ELBERTA, Alabama -
Cell phone video recorded by Elberta Police show what looks like a scene from a horror movie. “She was talking gibberish, almost tongues at one point in time,” says investigator Scott Tart. “We made comment that it was almost like “The Exorcist” the way she was acting.”
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via Woman on ‘Bath Salts’ in Elberta, Arrested – WKRG News 5.
GULF SHORES, Alabama — After trying to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at a local pharmacy, a Florida man was arrested thanks to an employee’s description of the suspect, according to Gulf Shores police.
Report: School director, chef charged with stealing from Culinary Arts School at Faulkner State | al.comTuesday, April 30th, 2013
A routine internal audit has resulted in two men being charged with stealing from the Culinary Arts School at Faulkner State, according to a report from WKRG.
Ed Bushaw, who started the school, and instructor and chef Will Hughes are accused of using Faulkner State's tax exempt status and access to food vendors to cater private events for their own gain.
Daphne Man Confesses to Motel Murder | Mobile AL, Pensacola FL News, Weather, Sports | WPMI-TV | Local15TV.comSunday, April 28th, 2013
DAPHNE, Ala. (WPMI) – Daphne Police have arrested a man for the murder of a man in a motel.
James Terell Winston, 25, has been charged with the capital murder of Bernard Volcheck.
BAY MINETTE — A Foley man has been found guilty of attempting to rob home-improvement store.
In a news release, Baldwin County District Attorny Hallie Dixon announced that 47-year-old Willie Lee Conner was convicted of first-degree robbery for a July incident, during which he allegedly stole a roofing nailer from Lowe’s in Foley and left the store with the nail gun concealed in the front of his pants
BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) – A Baldwin County man has been arrested and charged with sexual abuse of a child under 12 and enticing a child. Investigators say the activities have been going on for several months and there may more than one victim.