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.


Indiana Man Arrested After Stopping At Checkpoint In Stolen Car

David Adam Stapleton

According to Florence police, David Adam Stapleton, 26, or Noblesville, IN, was arrested after he stopped at a police safety checkpoint in a stolen vehicle, yesterday.


Police trying to locate missing Florence man

Casey Curry

FLORENCE-Police are asking the public for help in locating a missing Florence man. Detectives say Casey L. Curry was last seen on January 19th.


Florence police make several arrests over busy holiday weekend

Timothy Stempien

Timothy Stempien- On New Year’s Eve, officers responded to the 100 block of S. Prairie St to a reported domestic incident. As officers arrived they were approached by a female who showed


Police asking public for help identifying suspects

FLORENCE–These two, who police are trying to identify, are suspects in a theft case that spans from Muscle Shoals to Florence to Athens.


Home invasion gone bad, name of deceased intruder released

James D. DeMoss

FLORENCE-Police have released the name of the deceased in what authorities are calling a home invasion gone bad.


UPDATE: 1 dead, Florence police on the scene of a shooting


FLORENCE-Authorities are at the scene of a shooting that occurred this morning on East Limestone Street.


Suspected meth dealer in jail after chase through industrial park

DeMarcus Robinson

FLORENCE-A quick response by the Florence police department led to the apprehension of a suspected drug dealer and a large quantity of methamphetamine is off the streets.


Suspect arrested for burglary and public intoxication

Rodney Russell (FPD)

FLORENCE- At 1 o’clock this morning, officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of Sherrod Ave to a reported burglary in progress. Officers arrived to find that a male had broken into a home and then fled on foot.


Florence police go that extra mile to replace stolen bike

FLORENCE–Four Florence police officers went above and beyond the call of duty and dug into their wallets for a good cause this week. Brian Dickenson had his bicycle stolen Thursday at Walmart. Sgt. Randy Lee, Officer Jason Hodges, Officer Ryan Kelley and Officer Guy Lambert bought Brian a new bicycle.