Victim identified, ex-wife charged with capital murder

PEGGY SUE HALL

The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office is still working the crime scene and investigating a homicide in the northern part of the Lauderdale county.

According to the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s office, the victim has been identified as Randall Bobo, owner of Bobo Roofing.

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No one is authorized to make the Bible say whatever they want it to say

Christian Author and Pastor Ron Craig

  Thus from last week…2000 years ago there was no man-child which was caught up to heaven. Jesus (Who was not that man-child) was instead crucified, then raised from the dead, then remained on the earth, further instructing His disciples for a total of 40 days before ascending back to heaven (John chapter 21 and Acts 1:3). Moreover, Israel did not flee into the wilderness and stay there for three and a half years, but rather, in A. D. 70, was scattered all over the planet for about 1900 years, until in the late 1940s it became a legal nation again. Chapter 12 in Revelation pictures the modern nation of Israel, the first 144,000 Jewish converts during the Tribulation, the plan of the devil to obliterate the seed of Abraham once for all, plus God’s own plans to protect Israel from the devil, the Antichrist and his gullible angelic and human followers. (We will discuss in a later article the devil’s final assault on God and His people after his thousand-year confinement in the abyss, and observe his instant defeat, and his eternal fiery future.) 

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NEW DISTILLERY COMING TO FLORENCE

FLORENCE– High Ridge Spirits, a micro-distillery, plans to open in East Florence at 1401 Huntsville Road this fall.

Vodka, gin, and moonshine will be made the old-fashioned way at the new distillery.

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LAUDERDALE AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE HOMICIDE

KILLEN– Lauderdale County Sheriff’s investigators are on the scene of a possible homicide in extreme Northern Lauderdale county, near the Tennessee state line.

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TWO OPEN CONGRESSIONAL SEATS IN THE HEART OF DIXIE IN 2020

Alabama’s leading Political Columnist Steve Flowers

Governor Kay Ivey has had a very successful first year as governor. One of the coups she pulled off was getting the legislature to pass legislation granting the governor the power to appoint the Board of Pardons and Paroles. The new law will give her all the new appointments to the Parole Board. Previously, the three-member Board picked the director.

The new law went into effect on September 1, 2019 and Gov. Ivey wasted no time selecting the new director. She appointed longtime political figure, former Attorney General and former Mobile County Circuit Judge Charlie Graddick.

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The Anti-Christ Kingdom

Christian Author and Pastor Ron Craig

Each of the seven hostile Gentile kingdoms was ruled by one of the fallen angels, who ruled under the dragon—Satan. The beast (angel) who comes out of the abyss will be one of the angelic rulers over a past kingdom, which will be revived in the last days. That angel will be the wounded head that will be healed—Revelation 13:3, 12 and 14. That healing will be the revision of a past fallen Gentile kingdom and its angelic king. John did not teach that the Antichrist will be supernaturally healed, as some believe. (Daniel 10:12-13 and 20-21 inform us that angelic beings rule over different nations.) The Antichrist kingdom will actually be the revival of one of those previous kingdoms.

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ESCAPED INMATE APPREHENDED WITHIN 10 MINUTES OF ESCAPE

GARY TINGLE

FLORENCE– An escaped inmate from the Lauderdale County Detention Center was captured within ten minutes of his escape.

This morning shortly before 10:00 A.M. members of Florence Police Department, Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department, and UNA Police Department responded to the Lauderdale County Detention Center to the report of an escaped inmate.

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The Devil uses human tendency

Christian Author and Pastor Ron Craig

 The next insert comprises three chapters—12-14. Chapter twelve is one of the most played with and misunderstood portions of the book of Revelation. First of all, the first sign that John saw appeared in heaven. It appeared in John’s heavenly vision, but the action will occur on earth. Just stay with me while we go over it. I have heard preacher after preacher teach that the child that woman was pregnant with was Christ, because He is to rule with a rod of iron. 

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POLICE IDENTIFY SHOOTING VICTIM

TUSCUMBIA– Authorities have identified the victim of a Labor Day homicide at a home on the corner of John Street and Hobson Street.

According to Tuscumbia Police Chief Tony Logan, John Thomas Call Mansell, 34, was murdered in a truck behind the home.

Sources close to the situation tell ShoalsInsider.com, a man named Kevin Hester is being sought after as a possible suspect and Hester’s girlfriend is reportedly in custody. Police are reportedly conducting a statewide manhunt for Hester.

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SHOALS NATIVE INDICTED IN BOATING DEATHS ON SHOAL CREEK

Wooten’s boat after the crash

FLORENCE– A Lauderdale County Grand Jury has indicted an Augusta, Georgia man for manslaughter in the death of a mother and daughter who died on June 8th on a boating accident on Shoal Creek.

At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Lauderdale County District Attorney Chris Connolly announced the indictment of Ross Newton Wooten III or as he is commonly known as “Trey” on two manslaughter charges.

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TUSCUMBIA POLICE INVESTIGATING SHOOTING DEATH

TUSCUMBIA– Authorities are investigating the shooting death of a man whose body was found in a truck behind a home on the corner of John Street and Hobson Street.

Authorities tell ShoalsInsider.com they currently have two people of interest in the Monday night incident.

Colbert County Coroner Justin Gasque pronounced the victim and took the body to the Department of Forensic Sciences in Huntsville for an autopsy.

The home is directly in front of the Helen Keller Surgery Pavillion.

Police have not released the name of the victim pending family notification.

More details as they become available.

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GOD’S TWO WITNESSES WILL PROTECT ISRAEL

Christian Author and Pastor Ron Craig

 Revelation chapter ten is part of another insert between trumpet six and seven. The angel had a little OPEN SCROLL in his hand (had to be the one Jesus opened, one seal at a time), and John was told to eat it—revelation knowledge—which John wrote about in Revelation. At that same time, seven thunders uttered some final words about God’s judgment for the last days. John was just about to write those words he heard, but the angel told him not to reveal them. So some things will remain secret until God chooses to make them known. But, enough has been revealed that humanity has no excuse for not obeying what God has chosen to make known. Let us be smart enough to obey!   

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Florence Police apprehend driver in morning high-speed chase

FLORENCE– Florence Police apprehended a man wanted for escape after a high-speed chase that sped around the city.

According to police, this morning, the Florence Police Department was involved in a high-speed chase with a vehicle that travelled through various locations of the city.

Inside the vehicle was a male identified as Drew Bonner.

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Police identify body found in river near McFarland

FLORENCE– Authorities have identified the body that was found floating in the Tennessee River Thursday night around 6:40.

According to investigators, the man’s name is Walter J Bailey, a white male from Florence, who is 51 years of age. The investigation into his death is still under investigation.

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AG ALLEGES POWELL MOVING LARGE SUMS OF CASH FROM PRISON

RONALD WARREN POWELL

TUSCUMBIA– A motion has been filed in Colbert County Circuit Court alleging convicted felon Ronald Warren Powell has been overheard on recorded and monitored prison telephone lines moving huge amounts of money that should have been paid as court ordered restitution to his victims. Some of whom may be in their 90’s.

The motion alleges Powell could be heard directing a former employee how, when, and where to move large sums of money.

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SYLACAUGA MAN SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS FOR ENTICING MINOR

Jerry Wayne Hamilton Jr.

BIRMINGHAM – A federal judge yesterday sentenced a Sylacauga man to 10 years in prison for attempted coercion and enticement of a minor, announced U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town and FBI Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp, Jr.

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Limestone county sheriff arrested on 13 count indictment

Sheriff Mike Blakely

ATHENS– According to state and federal authorities, ten-term Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely was booked into his own jail this morning on criminal and ethics charges.

Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the indictment and arrest of Michael Anthony Blakely, the sheriff of Limestone County, on 13 counts of theft and ethics charges. Blakely, 68, surrendered to authorities and was later released on $49,000 bond.

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The sun, moon and stars will be darkened

Christian Author and Pastor Ron Craig

Moving right along on that Revelation road: Before that seventh seal is opened, we find this inserted material in chapter seven. Revelation 7:1-8 says that 144,000 newly converted Jews will be sealed on their forehead before those judgment angels pour out more misery on the Antichrist’s kingdom. From each of the 12 tribes of Israel, 12,000 will be sealed for protection from both the Antichrist and the judgement of God. Then, Revelation 7:9-17 informs us that an innumerable company of non-Jews will become believers during the Tribulation time. But they will suffer God’s judgments before they become converted, because we are told there that they will hunger and thirst no more; neither be scorched with solar heat. They will be washed in the blood of the Lamb and be given white robes. And God will wipe away all tears from their eyes. Merciful God!     Then the seven Trumpet Judgments will begin. These will be a step up in intensity from the seal judgments. Revelation 8:7—Hail, fire and blood from above, resulting in a third of the trees and all the green grass being burned up. The plagues will be literal. Trumpet two, verses 8-9—Another judgment from above will turn one third of the sea into blood—A third of sea-creatures will die, and a third of the ships will be destroyed. Third trumpet, verses 10-11—One third of rivers and springs, vital sources of drinking water, will be poisoned, and many people will die from the contaminated water. Fourth trumpet judgment, verses 12-13—The sun, moon and stars will be darkened, and that will, of course, painfully affect the earth. Then, a flying angel will loudly announce that three more woes are about to be released on Antichrist’s kingdom. Revelation 9:1-12 is a little hard for most folks to grasp. One of the heavenly angels unlocks the bottomless pit (the abyss), and locust-like demons from below invade this planet. Out of the abyss will come smoke, and out of the smoke will come the demons. They will not be allowed to harm vegetation, or people with God’s seal upon them, but only those who serve the Antichrist.

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Tuscumbia officer placed on paid leave

Tuscumbia Officer Greg Scoggins

TUSCUMBIA– Tuscumbia police officer Greg Scoggins, who was involved in an off-duty incident this past weekend at Keller Court Apartments, has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into the incident.

A video of the incident went viral over the weekend after Muscle Shoals resident Ryan Williams, who filmed the incident, posted the video of the altercation on Facebook.

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UNDERWOOD MUST SURRENDER LICENSE PLEADS GUILTY TO MISDEMEANOR

Tuscumbia Attorney Billy Underwood

TUSCUMBIA– Tuscumbia attorney Billy Underwood has pled guilty this morning to a single misdemeanor count of jury tampering and must surrender his law license, and serve 4 months in the county jail.

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