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Decatur Police charge man for fraudulent debit card use
Jose Ortiz was charged today for theft of property and five instances of fraudulent debit card use between August 1, 2018 and August 8, 2018.A Decatur woman reported the theft and fraudulent use of her debit card on August 14, 2018. Police obtained surveillance footage of each transaction, which led
Limestone officials: 2 women fatally stabbed in domestic dispute
A news release from the sheriff’s office said deputies responded to the 10000 block of West School House Road shortly after 1 a.m. and found two females dead from apparent stab wounds. Deputies reported a third person, a 15-year-old female, was stabbing herself in the head and neck area when the dep
Decatur police searching for persons of interest in card fraud
Decatur police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two women who may be connected to credit card and debit card fraud.Police said the individuals are persons of interest in a case of fraudulently using multiple, cloned debit cards throughout Decatur and Priceville.Police are asking
Decatur Police need your help to identify suspect
More headlinesDecatur Police need your help to identify suspectMadison approves Hoar Construction bid for new stadiumNew credit card scam reported by Madison County Sheriff's OfficeDecatur Police are asking for your help to identify a person suspected of using a stolen credit card across Decatur on
Decatur police: Florence man found with meth after chase
Officers responding to a call Sunday about a shoplifter at Target at 1235 Point Mallard S.E. tried to stop a person of interest, who fled the scene in a vehicle, police said in a release. After a brief pursuit, the driver and passenger were apprehended, and the passenger, Braxton Blair Minor, was fo
Men plead guilty in Huntsville drug-deal killing; woman's murder case set for trial
Jimmy Leslie (left) waives to his family as he and Shaquille Hyter (right) leave the Madison County Courthouse in shackles on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. Both men pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
BREAKING OVERNIGHT: Two dead, suspect hospitalized in Limestone stabbing
According to Sheriff Mike Blakely, all three are related. Blakely says that a woman came to her mother’s house and fatally stabbed her and her sister, then proceeded to try to stab herself.
Decatur woman arrested on drug, shoplifting charges.
Decatur Police arrested two people after a shoplifting call to a Walmart on Spring Avenue. They first approached and then detained Jordan Southern after it was discovered Southern had multiple items from the store which were not paid for. Officers also detained Amanda Smith as she left the store. Sh
Decatur leaders discuss city’s growth potential
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) - If a city wants to grow, it’s important to have apartments and homes for people to live in. In Decatur it’s been more than a decade since an apartment complex has been built. WAFF 48 News talked with city leaders who are focusing on moving dirt and working with developers.More t
Marmac Real Estate - Morgan Jones
MarMac Real Estate, owned by Mark Moody, boasts that it is the “home of the best realtors in North Alabama,” and that each of their realtors offers their own set of skills tailored to make the buying and selling process as smooth and enjoyable as possible.Morgan Jones of Town Creek is one such realt
Huntsville Airport to receive $29.1 million grant
According to Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, the grant will allow the airport to accommodate more direct flights. The new taxiway will increase the airport's international cargo capabilities and allow it to build up to eleven 747-9 aircraft parking positions, as well as over 600,000 square feet of h
Decatur police asking for help identifying person in credit card theft
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) - Authorities in Decatur are asking for help identifying an individual.The Decatur Police Department says that a stolen credit card was used at multiple locations in Decatur.The department says they need help identifying the person in connection to the case.Anyone with information
Morgan sheriff pleads Fifth in Priceville Partners bankruptcy case
Franklin denied most of the claims made by the company's bankruptcy trustee and “expressly reserves and asserts her Fifth Amendment rights.” A hearing on the trustee's claims and on Franklin's effort to recoup $135,100 of a $150,000 loan is set for Oct. 15.
Two dead in early morning stabbing
UPDATE: All three people involved in this morning’s stabbing incident at this residence were family, and all were female.pic.twitter.com/YLlidv85RY— Limestone Sheriff (@LimestoneCoSO)September 19, 2018
Trail of Tears national conference coming to Decatur
Sessions will examine topics such as archaeology on Redstone Arsenal, mission schools in North Alabama, using GIS technology and mapping for Trail of Tears routes, Cherokee newspapers and the role of the horse during removal and various treatments by tribes.
Portion of Spring Avenue scheduled to close Wednesday, weather permitting
A map showing the portion of Spring Avenue Southwest that will close Wednesday.Weather permitting, Decatur's Street Department will close Spring Avenue Southwest from Betty Street to Carridale Street on Wednesday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. to repair a section of drainage pipe.
Decatur Morgan Hospital Foundation plans Lee Lott Power of Pink Walk - The Hartselle Enquirer
The walk will begin from Founder’s Park Amphitheater and proceed down Bank Street, to Lee Street, to Oak Street, to Church Street and then return to the amphitheater. Registration is $20 and can be completed online at www.DecaturMorganFoundation.org. All participants will receive a 2018 Power of Pin
Decatur Police search for suspect using stolen credit card
The suspect used a stolen credit card on September 17, 2018 at multiple locations in Decatur. Police ask for help in identifying the individual.Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Detective Mukaddam at 256-341-4617 or email@example.com.
Father charged in Blossomwood Elementary school shooting investigation
Letroy Cole Jr. is charged with receiving stolen property and being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, Huntsville police Sgt. Tony McElyea said in a news release. Cole, 41, is held in the Madison County jail.
Man killed in Huntsville Shooting identified
Investigators say Corvell Goodlow, 22, of Detroit, Michigan died Sunday night at the Westlake Apartment Complex. They say he died from an apparent gunshot wound.