LYNN - A Walker County woman faces arson and theft charges related to an Oct. 16 house fire on Dodd Street, where the homeowner suspected a fire was set in three separate locations in his home as well as some items taken.
Luke Hendrix, co-owner of Blue Moon Beverages in Double Springs, shows where entry was made through the front door into the business.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The man, who broke into Blue Moon Beverages and stole the safe, as well as his accomplice, who drove the getaway vehicle, have each been charged in connection with the early morning incident on Saturday, Aug. 27.
Clockwise from top left, Jennifer Dianne Lawler, Waylon Harvey Williams, Joseph Heath Terry and Lori Faye Lay. (Courtesy photo)
HALEYVILLE - One of the largest multi-room drug busts at the Imperial Inn on Highway 13 in Haleyville has resulted in multiple packages of marijuana, meth and pills being confiscated and five persons, including an office employee, being arrested.
HALEYVILLE - A resident of a burning apartment at Carl Elliott Heights in Haleyville who jumped to safety has been charged with first degree arson and domestic violence first degree/assault after her roommate was seriously injured in the blaze, having to be rescued by firefighters.
WINSTON COUNTY - A Jasper woman wanted on numerous counts of fraud in Walker County after cashing or attempting to cash counterfeit checks from was nabbed in Winston County after committing similar acts in the Lynn area.
The items pictured above may look like candy, but they certainly are not. These THC-laced edibles were found in a residence in Comeens Subdivision, and Haleyville Police are concerned similar items may wind up in the hands of children.
HALEYVILLE - Two Haleyville residents face drug trafficking and related charges after Haleyville Police discovered 15 pounds of marijuana, 60 edibles containing THC and a disassembled AR-15 assault rifle at a residence in Comeens Subdivision.
Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore and his deputies with drugs, a gun and paraphernalia recovered during the recent arrest of a major drug supplier. From l-r: Chief Deputy Caleb Snoddy, Deputies Jonathan Oliver and Tim Williams, Moore, Deputy Chris Franks and Investigator Jacob Eward. Not shown is Investigator Matt Roberts (Courtesy photo)
BLACK POND - A major drug distributor was taken off the streets after the Winston County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant, finding 1.4 grams of cocaine, 112 grams of methamphetamine and 2.9 grams of marijuana found.