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Woman faces multiple charges involving theft from an elderly family member

Jennifer Hipps

FLORENCE- According to police, Jennifer HIpps was arrested Thursday on multiple charges.

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OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE ARREST OF FORMER CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT FOR ELDER ABUSE FOR ALLEGEDLY PUNCHING 71-YR-OLD IN FACE

Betty Jean Tubbs

State officials announced the arrest of a former employee of a Tuscaloosa County nursing home for abuse of a resident at the facility. Betty Jean Tubbs, 47, of Tuscaloosa was arrested on February 16 and has been released on bond.

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FORMER MOSSES MAYOR WALTER HILL GETS PRISON TIME ON FELONY ETHICS VIOLATION

Walter Hill

(MONTGOMERY)–State authorities announced that Walter S. Hill, former mayor of the Town of Mosses in Lowndes County, has been sentenced to serve time in prison on a felony ethics violation for use of his office for personal gain. Hill was sentenced yesterday to five years, with three years to be served in […]

TWO CHARGED IN GAS STATION DEBIT CARD SKIMMING OPERATION THAT INVOLVED MULTIPLE STATES

(MONTGOMERY)–Two individuals are facing federal charges for using skimming devices on gas pumps, announced George Beck Jr., U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama, and Steven T. Marshall, Attorney General for the State of Alabama. These charges are the result of a continuing multi-agency investigation that was initiated by the Alabama Attorney General’s […]

Accountant for Non-profit Government Contractor Sentenced to Two and a Half Years in Prison for Theft and Tax Evasion

BIRMINGHAM – A federal judge recently sentenced a former accountant with a Huntsville non-profit corporation that contracted with the government to place people with disabilities into government jobs to two and a half years in prison for defrauding the organization and the Internal Revenue Service, announced federal officials.

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PARDONS DENIED TO FORMER FRANKLIN COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY CONVICTED OF CIVIL RIGHTS OFFENSES

MONTGOMERY – Alabama Attorney General Steven T. Marshall is pleased with the State Pardons and Paroles Board decision to reverse 2012 and 2015 pardons for convicted former Franklin County District Attorney John Frederick Pilati and require he be placed back on the sex offender registry.

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Tommy Arthur to get new date with executioner

Tommy Arthur (ALDOC)

WASHINGTON D.C.-This morning, the Supreme Court denied an appeal by death row inmate Tommy Arthur. Alabama can now set a new execution date for Arthur.

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Last of Four Latino Men Involved in Home Invasion Plot Sentenced to Year in Prison

BIRMINGHAM – The last of four Latino men prosecuted in federal court for their roles in a March 2016 plot to invade a Calhoun County house, take a safe from it and deliver the residence’s occupants to a Dallas-based enforcer for drug organizations was sentenced today to one year and a day in prison, […]

Former CWA Local President Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement and Bank Fraud

BIRMINGHAM – A former president of the Communications Workers of America, Local 3901, in Oxford, Ala., pleaded guilty today in federal court to a scheme to embezzle more than $69,000 from the local chapter, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Robert O. Posey and U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Labor-Management Standards, Investigator Hollis Lindley Jr.

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Mother arrested after taping kid to the wall on Facebook Live

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ohio-A teenage mom has been arrested and charged with felony kidnapping after she apparently sent out a video of her son taped to a wall by his head and arms.

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