On Friday, Huntsville Police arrested Patrick Joseph McCool, 52, for disorderly conduct. Police say McCool is charged with picking up and throwing a chemical agent container at police on Wednesday night.
Police testimony this week is revealing a new detail in the murder case of Aniah Blanchard, the stepdaughter of UFC fighter Walt Harris, who was found dead last year after missing for more than a month.
Audrey Marie Hilley always pushed her luck.
Tyrone Johnson, 37, was arrested in Nashville in connection to the fatal shootings of two men outside a motorcycle club in Huntsville, Alabama.
Authorities say an Alabama police detective fatally shot a woman as part of a “love triangle” dispute with a colleague
Police say Shemethia Coteat Stanton was shot as she was retrieving items from the backseat of her car
Advocates for victims of crime in Alabama responded Tuesday to calls for the compassionate release of at-risk state inmates amid the coronavirus pandemic.
An Alabama mom who had recently given birth to a baby boy was found dead Wednesday after going missing in February
Fredrick Hampton was released Tuesday on bond that was set at $30,000, news outlets reported. He must also wear an electronic monitor.
Hampton, 50, was arrested in January at a home in Cleveland, Ohio. He is not charged in the death of Paighton Houston but is charged with abuse of the Trussville woman’s corpse.
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of an Alabama man charged with killing three people at a barbershop during a robbery attempt.
Police confirm that the couple has a child together and that the victim has other children
Alabama has executed inmate Nathaniel Woods for the 2004 murders of three Birmingham police officers, the state corrections department said.
Roy Nellsch, 63, of Logan, Alabama, was indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury in Nashville
Jefferson County workers made a gruesome discovery in Bessemer Tuesday afternoon.
A convicted murderer is on the loose after escaping from a work-release facility in Alabama, officials said.
In the January 20, 2020, issue of The New Yorker, I wrote about Brittany Smith, a woman from Stevenson, Alabama, who, in January, 2018, shot and killed a man who she said had raped her, threatened her life in her home, and then attacked her brother after he arrived to help.
The Brookside Police Department on Sunday rolled back part of their original story from Friday, Jan. 31 about a woman who was held in forced prostitution by two men in an abandoned house.
An Alabama woman was rescued from a man who allegedly kidnapped her at knife point and forced her into the back of a van after a witness called police and reported the incident.
Brookside police said the call 911 call from an unidentified citizen came in around 2.45pm on Sunday.
According to police, the witness said the suspect kidnapped the woman while brandishing a knife on Brookside Coalburg Road.
Grady Wayne Wilkes, 29, was taken into custody about nine hours after the shooting, which happened on Sunday night when police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance and were met with gunfire, Auburn Police Chief Paul Register said. “It was relatively uneventful,” Register said, describing the arrest at a news briefing.
A police officer responding to a domestic disturbance in Auburn, Alabama, late Sunday was shot dead, authorities said.