ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — A Robertsdale man is being held on two counts of sexual abuse of a child under 12 following an arrest Wednesday by the Robertsdale Police Department.
Daphne Police are now investigating more than a dozen car burglaries in which several firearms were stolen.
Police say even with a serial number, tracking down a stolen gun is very difficult and usually the weapons are used in additional crimes.
Loxley Police need your help catching an armed robber. Police said the suspect walked in a Stapleton convenience store late Thursday night, October 20, 2016 with a pistol and demanded money. Investigators released surveillance video of the robbery and are asking for the public’s help identifying him.
Enna paid $6,500 to be sneaked into the country. Her smugglers robbed her of her remaining money and ditched her on the road, but she persevered and traveled by foot, bus and train on a hellish trip across the country to reunite with her sister, a fellow undocumented immigrant, in Foley, Alabama.
Entering into the Daphne Walmart, a woman, casually dressed, wearing a hat, her purse on her shoulder as she looks for home security items with no intention of paying for any of it.
“Definitely something we don’t see every day,” says Daphne Police Cpl. Jason Vannoy. “Those are expensive items and obviously she is concerned with security.”
GULF SHORES, Ala. (WEAR) — A Foley man was found guilty for his part in a 2014 robbery in Gulf Shores.
According to Gulf Shores Police, Justin Shawn Miller, committed armed robbery at the Gulf Shores Courtyard Marriott in July of 2014.
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BAY MINETTE, AL- It only took a Baldwin County jury a little more than one hour to find a rancher guilty of sexual assault.
Tommy Tucker was found guilty on all 8 counts of felony sexual assault involving minors under the age of 16 Thursday afternoon. Tucker and his supporters wept openly when the judge read the verdict.
MARLOW, AL- A suspected drug dealer deputies say is in the country illegally was arrested on trafficking charges.
Miguel Quintero was charged with drug trafficking and possession. Detectives say Quintero is in the country illegally.
The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office arrested 36-year-old Miguel Angel Quintero after finding methamphetamine ice, powder cocaine and other drug paraphernalia while following up on a domestic incident at his home.
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WPMI) — A woman wanted for murder in Prattvillle was arrested in Orange Beach earlier this month.
According to Orange Beach police, they responded to a “disturbance” call at a local bar on Canal Road on Saturday, October 2. When they arrived on the scene, they found 20-year-old Vegas Contorno attempting to leave the area. Her vehicle struck a patrol car in the parking lot causing minor damage.
BAY MINETTE, AL- The trial of a Baldwin County rancher accused of sexually assaulting several girls is underway in Bay Minette this week.
Jury selection and opening statements for the trial of Tommy Tucker were held Monday. Tucker is accused of inappropriately and forcibly touching and fondling four girls under the age of 16 at his horse camp near Elsanor in 2013.
ORANGE BEACH, AL – A woman out on bond awaiting a murder trial in Prattville was arrested for being a minor in possession of alcohol in Orange Beach on Oct. 2.
According to Orange Beach Police records Vegas Contorno, 19, was arrested at a strip mall on Canal Road that contains Undertow Bar and Grill, Vapors of Orange Beach, Tacky Jacks’ business office and Bryant Heating and Cooling.
A man is dead and a woman is locked up on a reckless murder charge in the Baldwin County jail after a chase by corrections officers Wednesday that originated at the G.K. Fountain Correctional Center near Atmore.
GULF SHORES, AL – A 71-year-old man was arrested by Gulf Shores Police on Oct. 12 on a sexual abuse first degree charge. Tracy Page Blackwell, who has an Oak Road address in Gulf Shores, is in the Baldwin County Correctional Facility being held without bond.
A young girl who disappeared from her Florida home on Saturday is believed to be with an Alabama man.
4-year-old Rebecca Ann Lewis is said to be in ‘extreme danger.’ An amber alert was issued yesterday for the child.
Loxley Work Release corrections officer Jerrett Derrell Hooks was booked into the facility after being arrested for two counts of helping an inmate escape and one count of using his position for personal gain.
There have been three more arrests in Baldwin County for trafficking meth. They came after a SWAT Team moved in on a home in the Clear Springs community on County Road 112 Friday, September 30, 2016. Deputies found scales, pipes, guns and one and a half ounces of meth-ice. They’re just the latest in several drug trafficking arrests over the last month.
Drugs, guns, tools of the drug trade and now off the streets in Baldwin County.
September was a good month in the drug war. There were five “significant” cases that put more than a dozen people behind bars. The latest, in the shadow of a church in the Clear Springs community.
No bond was set for 23-year-old, Deon “D.J.” Johnson in the courtroom of Mobile District Court Judge Joe Basenburg on Monday morning.
Johnson, a former high school football star at Spanish Fort High School in 2012, is accused of murdering 26-year-old, Chance Ollhoft in the 2600 block of Rothfield Place Thursday (Sept. 29) night. While investigators are still searching for suspects and a motive in the murder, after interviewing Johnson the following day he was placed under arrest by the Mobile Police Department.
On Monday afternoon, the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office announced several arrests made in the county over the last month involving the Baldwin County Drug Task Force. The arrests busted several methamphetamine distribution rings and removed illegal firearms off the streets.
Baldwin County Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack tells FOX10 News a press conference will be held Monday following the arrests of two people on drug trafficking charges.
According to the Baldwin County Jail log, 32 year-old Sheena Cates and 38 year-old Edward Ryan, Jr. were booked into the jail shortly before 2:00 p.m. Friday.
The fight continues against the spread of drugs in our area.
The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office announced a meth bust that led to the arrest of four people on Thursday.
Derrick Coleman and Antly Scott remain in the Baldwin County Jail awaiting a trip back to South Carolina to face murder charges.
Four people were shot to death in their home in Holly Hill, South Carolina in July of 2015. A fifth victim, an 8-year-old boy, survived. More than a year later, authorities say they have the men responsible for a crime that rocked the community.
LOXLEY, AL- Sheriff’s deputies in Baldwin County executed a search warrant on a suspected drug house near Loxley Thursday.
Deputies confiscated crystal meth, pipes and syringes. Four people at the house on J.B. Williams Road were arrested on drug charges.
A wanted man out from Elberta led police on a 12-minute chase Friday, reaching speeds of 90 miles per hour before being caught in Foley. The suspect cut through a trailer park, a neighborhood and several business parking lots in Foley before being stopped.
ELBERTA, AL- An Elberta man wanted on felony charges refused to stop for police and led officers on a high speed pursuit at speeds of 90 miles per hour.
The chase happened Friday and ended in Foley when Charles Moore crashed into a police SUV. Elberta Police released dash cam footage of the dangerous chase Tuesday.
It’s happened again. Almost a dozen goats were shot to death and dumped in Fish River over the weekend.
“Looks like the majority of them were shot in the neck at least four to five times.” Kevin VanAllen has the unenviable task of removing the bodies from the river. “This last time they finished them off with the rest of the 15 of them. There was a bunch of baby ones as well.”
FOLEY, Ala. (WPMI) — Police say Kimberly Richardson from Foley admitted to serving pot laced brownied at a football party over the weekend.
FOLEY, AL- A Foley woman is accused of serving brownies laced with marijuana to a teenager.
A traffic stop on I-10 in Baldwin County results in two arrests and the seizure of more than eight pounds of cocaine. It was just after 11 a.m. Monday morning when deputies from the Special Operations Unit saw a white Nissan rental car was weaving through traffic.