When they responded to the scene, investigators said they encountered Danny Bell who matched the description given. Police said Bell denied the allegations at the time, saying he was out walking for exercise.
Authorities said that on Wednesday, 45-year old Berlin Gonzales shot at his ex-wife, who had been working in the home, then fired at OCSO deputies who arrived, despite their repeated demands to him to drop the weapon.
Frewin Osteen with the Housing Authority of the City of Prichard stops by Fox10 Midday to talk about an open house for the city’s affordable housing program. Housing counseling is also available at this event.
Investigators said two women saw a man exposing and fondling himself as they left the store around 10:00 p.m. Police said one of the women had a small child in her car who they believe also saw the elicit act.
The Dauphin Street Beer Festival is an annual one-day event held annually in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Bars, taverns and restaurants welcome participants to sample different craft brews and imports from all over the world.
After Mississippi spent millions of dollars in welfare money on Brett Favre’s pet project, a university volleyball arena, the retired NFL quarterback tried two years later to get additional cash from the state’s welfare agency for another sports facility, new court documents show.
A police chase ended with a truck crashing out at Cherokee and Dublin Streets. It happened around 11 o’clock Saturday night. Mobile Police were in pursuit of the suspect vehicle when it crashed and suspects fled on foot.
They Mobile County Health Department had a great turnout at Cooper Riverside Park Saturday morning as they held their first “Overdose Awareness 5-K.” The event was triggered by the increase in overdose deaths they’re seeing -- both locally and nationally.
We were there for their “Dogs on Hand” event -- which attracted dogs of all sizes to Blackburn Park. Most of the dogs were in costume -- and participated in a dog pageant. There was also lots of games and activities for the kids.
Two U.S. military veterans who disappeared three months ago while fighting with Ukrainian forces against Russia arrived home to Alabama on Saturday, greeted by hugs, cheers and tears of joy at the state’s main airport.