TISHOMINGO - A 33-year-old Haleyville man, who law enforcement believe accidentally shot himself at a Highway 13 residence last November, has been at large since escaping from UAB Hospital - until a Jan. 12 traffic stop found him with a large supply of drugs.
Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore and his deputies display the large amount of drugs, paraphernalia and guns found in Lynn after an accidental shooting. From left, Chief Deputy Caleb Snoddy, Sergeant Josh Bennett, Moore and Sheriff's Office Investigator Jacob Eward.
LYNN - A Haleyville man is actively being sought by multiple law enforcement agencies on numerous drug-related charges after authorities responded to a shooting call to find pounds of meth and marijuana along with Fentanyl stashed in his vehicle.
The candy-colored pills pictured above are actually Fentanyl, a powerful and potentially deadly opioid. The Winston County Sheriff’s Office is warning parents to closely look at their children’s Halloween candy, as Fentanyl is being manufactured and packaged to look like candy. (Courtesy photo)
WINSTON COUNTY - Halloween is a holiday for disguises, and highly addictive and even deadly drugs such as Fentanyl are being disguised to look like innocent candy, appealing to the younger ages.
Flags surrounding the grave of Sr.A Mark Forester, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2010, are broken and destroyed, part of a desecration of his grave. Dozens of other graves were also vandalized by having their flowers stolen.
HALEYVILLE - The grave of Senior Airman Mark Forester was found desecrated Thursday afternoon, Sept. 15, when American flags were found scattered, poles splintered, iron poles bent and a cloth flag with Mark’s picture torn to shreds.