Monthly Archives: November 2012

High-Profile Drug Conspiracy Sentencing

Brian Keith Steele, 44, has been sentenced to 25 years of jail time in connection to a cocaine drug ring. It’s the latest high-profile case to occur within Alabama in recent years. The conspiracy that stretched for approximately five years … Continue reading

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Campus Homicide Victim Identified

Local authorities have reportedly identified the recent homicide victim on the campus of Gadsden State Community College. The death has been officially ruled as a homicide by officials in the area. The body of 32-year-old Melissa Leann Hudgins was found … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Weekend Marks Most Dangerous Time to Drive

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) a group which came to fruition after a mother lost her daughter due to being killed by a drunk driver has started a new campaign to raise awareness of holiday drunk driving. It is estimated … Continue reading

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Bait Houses Help Reduce Burglary

Birmingham police are looking for new methods to catch crooks. This time around they’re successfully getting burglars to do the brunt of the work. The newly introduced ‘Bait House’, a special operation specifically designed to appeal to area thieves, produced … Continue reading

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